CARY, NC (GenomeWeb News) — The MicroArray Quality Control Consortium has expanded its scope by adding a new workgroup that will identify “best practices” for genome-wide association studies.
 
Leming Shi, a researcher at the US Food and Drug Administration’s National Center for Toxicological Research and a coordinator of the MAQC initiative, announced the new group during the MAQC’s seventh face-to-face project meeting held here on the campus of the SAS Institute last week.
 

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