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TIGR, Affy Finish Newly Annotated Arabidopsis Array

NEW YORK, May 17 - The Institute for Genomic Research and Affymetrix have completed a newly re-annotated Arabidopsis thaliana array, TIGR said on Wednesday.

 

The updated array, which was developed under a cooperative agreement with the National Science Foundations, is based on data from the international Arabidopsis sequencing project and contains some 24,000 genes.

 

TIGR's annotation data can be viewed at TIGR's website.

 

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