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Baylor to Use Illumina's Infinium Products in Developmental-Diseases Studies

The Baylor College of Medicine's Medical Genetics Laboratories will use Illumina's Infinium high-density DNA-analysis products in genomic studies of developmental disorders.

The Houston-based lab said it intends to use the arrays to study genomic imprinting and its role in developmental diseases such as Prader-Willi syndrome, Angelman syndrome, and other disorders caused by uniparental disomy.

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