SAIC-Frederick, ABI, Dharmacon, Fox Chase Cancer Center, Chinese Ministry of Commerce, Takara, MDS, Sequenom, Solexa | GenomeWeb

SAIC-Frederick to Use ABI's TaqMan Collection to Genotype Cancer Samples

The Core Genotyping Facility of SAIC-Frederick, a contractor for the National Cancer Institute, will use Applied Biosystems' genotyping assays to study genetic variations in a number of cancer samples, the two organizations said this week.

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