Baylor Upgrades CGH Service With Help From Agilent, Athena; Prenatal Will Stay In House | GenomeWeb
Baylor College of Medicine’s Chromosomal Microarray Analysis service will now use an oligonucleotide microarray manufactured by Agilent Technologies instead of the bacterial artificial chromosome arrays it used in the past, according to a Baylor official.
Additionally, the institution has partnered with Athena Diagnostics to outsource the business side of the CMA service, a decision that could give BCM a lift in the testing market.

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