Illumina, Burnham Institute Will Soon Publish BeadChip Study of Embryonic Stem Cells | GenomeWeb

SEATTLE, May 27 (GenomeWeb Daily News) - Researchers from Illumina and the Burnham Institute will publish the results of a joint collaboration that used Illumina's BeadChips to study the fundamental biology of human embryonic stem cells as soon as next month, an Illumina official told GenomeWeb News at the Northwest Gene Expression Conference, held here this week.

 

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