Researching Microarrays for Bioremediation, Team Unearths Bonus Discovery | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK, Feb. 6 - Three years ago, a group of researchers in Washington state developed a microarray that could detect and monitor microbes in environmental samples. Their goal, to make a chip that can be used in the field for  bioremediation projects, happened to lead them to another discovery: a cheap and no-fuss way to make low-density microarrays.

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