USC, Baylor Use ParAllele Kit for Lupus, Flu Vaccine Studies | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK , April 27 (GenomeWeb News) -  ParAllele Bioscience today said that researchers at the University of Southern California and the Baylor College of Medicine will use its Immune-Inflammation SNP-genotyping panel to perform association studies on lupus and respiratory pathogens.

 

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