NEW YORK, March 26 (GenomeWeb News) - Researchers at Oklahoma State University will use microarrays from Acacia Research's CombiMatrix unit to study influenza A viruses, Acacia said today.

 

Scientists led by Ulrich Melcher and Alexander Lai plan to use CombiMatrix's Bird Flu custom array to type various strains of the human and avian flu viruses.

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