NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) - Integragen has received certification as a service provider for Illumina's GoldenGate and Infinium genotyping technologies, Illumina said today.
 
Illumina said the GoldenGate assay is designed for DNA methylation profiling, and offers a combination of high sample throughput, high multiplexing, and single-site CpG resolution. The Infinium BeadArray is used for custom SNP assays, and offers multi-sample BeadChip formats and high-density architecture, the company said.
 

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