NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) — Illumina will use its Infinium and Beadchip tools to genotype more than 15,000 samples for lung and ovarian cancer research studies organized by Cancer Research UK, the company said today.
 
For the program to discover genetic risk factors to lung cancer, Illumina will run more than 2,000 samples on the HumanHap550 Beadchip and 5,600 samples on an iSelect Custom Beadchip for the University of Cambridge.
 

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