In 2010, Array Makers Saw CGH Become the Standard in Cytogenetics, Prepared for Next Wave of GWAS | GenomeWeb

By Justin Petrone

In a year when the word "sequencing" was on everyone's lips, microarray-based applications advanced steadily into routine clinical use.

During 2010, arrays became the standard of care for detecting constitutional abnormalities and researchers prepared to set guidelines for using arrays in clinical cancer cytogenetics.

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