Affy U133 Gets A on Report Card: Comparison Studies Now Underway | GenomeWeb

In late February, a month after Affymetrix drew away the curtain on its new U133 human genome arrays, which fit 45,000 unique probe sets representing the entire draft sequence of the human genome on two chips, BioArray News asked a selection of users how the chips stacked up compared to the previous generation U95v2 chips. While several freely delivered their opinions, most had barely begun to take their new toys out of the box.

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