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Array CGH Has Arrived

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It was just over a year ago, during the Association of Genetic Technologists' annual meeting, that Jun Gu presented a talk intended to be a subtle wake-up call to the cytogenetics community. Gu, an assistant professor at MD Anderson Cancer Center, urged his fellow cytogeneticists who were not using comparative genomic hybridization arrays to get with the program and avail themselves of the technology, which is quickly overtaking older techniques like karyotyping.

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