Agilent Makes Baylor-Designed CGH Arrays Available for Constitutional and Cancer Research | GenomeWeb

Baylor College of Medicine's department of molecular and human genetics has been an Agilent Technologies customer for nearly a decade, and the Santa Clara, Calif.-based microarray vendor has produced many iterations of custom-designed chips for BCM.

Recently though, BCM has been inundated with requests from external investigators to use those arrays for prenatal and pediatric constitutional testing as well as cancer research. The interest led BCM to agree recently with Agilent to make half a dozen of those array designs available as catalog products.

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