Agilent Technologies, Kreatech Biotechnology, Affymetrix | GenomeWeb
Agilent Technologies this week announced that its Human Genome CGH Microarray Kit has undergone a density upgrade.
The company’s oligo-based chips for array CGH are now available with 244,000 features per slide or containing two arrays per slide, with 105,000 features apiece. The 244K chips have more than five times more content than the 44K chips Agilent has sold since 2005.

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