NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) — The Erasmus Medical Center will use Illumina’s BeadChips in a 10,000-subject study aimed at identifying early environmental and genetic causes of abnormal growth in fetal development, Illumina said today.
 
The Rotterdam, Netherlands-based research hospital has bought Illumina’s Infinium HD Human610-Quad BeadChips for the Generation R Study, which is backed in part by the Dutch government, industry partners, and the hospital.
 

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