Illumina Pens SNP-Genotyping Deal With J&J’s R&D Group | GenomeWeb
NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) - Illumina today said it will develop custom SNP content for a multi-sample Sentrix BeadChip for Johnson & Johnson Pharmaceutical Research & Development.
The BeadChip platform enables researchers to analyze 12 samples and as many as 60,000 SNPs per sample on a single BeadChip. Illumina expects to use its Infinium assay to genotype "thousands" of samples provided by J&JPRD.
Financial details were not disclosed.

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