City of Hope to Use eGene's Technology to Genotype Bone Marrow Matches | GenomeWeb
NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – The City of Hope National Medical Center is using eGene’s automated genetic analyzer for HLA genotypying to help it match bone marrow transplants, eGene said today.
 
eGene’s HDA-GT12 system will replace the HLA laboratory's manual agarose gel electrophoresis process.
 
Additional details were not disclosed.

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