Affy Probe Sequences to be Added to Golden Path and EBI Array Database | GenomeWeb

It was only two weeks ago that Affymetrix probe sequences emerged from secrecy, yet now they seem to have lost their public inhibitions entirely: The complete probe sequences are now being integrated into two prominent data repositories, the University of California, Santa Cruz “golden path” assembly of the human genome, and the European Bioinformatics Institute’s new ArrayExpress expression database, which EBI unveiled just prior to this week’s Microarray Gene Expression Database working group (MGED) meeting in Boston.

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