Aviva Systems Biology, Applied Biosystems, Agilent | GenomeWeb

Aviva Systems Biology last week launched its ChIP-GLAS system, which the company claims can simultaneously detect 20,000 human promoters from a single sample, and should be useful for researchers conducting gene transcription studies.

The San Diego-based company said the first stage launch of the system includes both 10K and 20K ChIP-GLAS microarrays, as well as a supporting kit for users.

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