NCBI Fires Back at Affy Claim that Public Mouse Data was Corrupted | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK, March 8 – Affymetrix’s efforts to stem any negative fallout from the news that their mouse arrays contained faulty sequence data seemed to spin out of control on Thursday as the National Center for Biotechnology Information said that the company falsely accused them of causing the problem.

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