Microarrays: Hazardous to Your Science | GenomeWeb

Fast forward to 2050… When chip-arettes hit the streets in the 1990s, they were oh-so-cool. All the “in” scientists were hybing away —10, 20, even 100 packs a year. Filters or glass, cDNAs or oligos, spotted or photo-lithed. A choice for every taste and budget. And so much software with such fancy names. How could you resist something called weighted pair-group method average agglomerative hierarchical clustering using Pearson correlation?

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