NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) - Illumina said today said the Johns Hopkins Medical School will use its BeadChip tool as part of a large asthma study.
Illumina said the Johns Hopkins researchers and colleagues from the National Human Genome Center at Howard University will use its Infinium HumanHap650Y to identify genes related to asthma in a study that will include 2000 individuals and their families. 

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