Expression Analysis to Genotype Samples for SAEC's Liver Toxicity Project | GenomeWeb
NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – The Serious Adverse Events Consortium has selected Expression Analysis as the exclusive provider of genotyping services for its first research project, the genomic services firm said yesterday.
The first project will focus on liver toxicity using samples provided by DILIGEN and EUDRAGENE, two European clinical research networks. Expression Analysis said that it will use Illumina's Human 1M DNA Analysis BeadChip to perform the genotyping on these samples.

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