Johns Hopkins and Affymetrix Develop New Method to Improve Array Data-Analysis | GenomeWeb

SAN FRANCISCO, Nov. 14 – Researchers from Johns Hopkins School of Medicine and Affymetrix have developed an automated statistical method to increase the reliability of microarray hybridization data, the organizations announced Wednesday.

The method, called ABACUS, is reported in the November issue of the journal Genome Research

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