Agilent Launches New 244K Chips for Array CGH, Other Apps; Plans Methylation and miRNA Arrays | GenomeWeb

The headline for this article has been updated from a previous version to correct the number of probes in Agilent's chip.

Agilent this month began shipment of its new 244,000-probe arrays for comparative genomic hybridization applications, and the company is looking to capitalize on its new printing technology to branch out into emerging array markets for methylation and microRNA chips, according to a company official.

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