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Immune Tolerance Network Chooses Expression Analysis as Microarray Core Facility

NEW YORK, Jan. 25 (GenomeWeb News) - The Immune Tolerance Network has chosen Expression Analysis to serve as its microarray core facility, the company said today.

 

Using Affymetrix GeneChips, EA over the next 20 months will help support clinical trials for the ITN, an international collaborative research project involving more than 70 scientists and clinical professionals.

Terms of the deal call for EA to provide the ITN with a single-source environment for processing clinical trials samples submitted from multiple locations. EA said it expects to process several thousand clinical samples during the initial contract period.

Founded in Durham, NC, in 2001, EA offers high-throughput sample processing and statistical support for microarray-based gene-expression, genotyping, and resequencing.

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