NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Researchers at the University of Utah and Vanderbilt University are using Affymetrix’s genotyping arrays along with LineaGen’s biomarker diagnostics technology to hunt for genetic markers that could be used in the treatment and diagnosis of multiple sclerosis and autism, Affymetrix and LineaGen jointly announced today.
 

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