European Molecular Biology Lab Introduces Human Genome on a 2-Chip cDNA Microarray | GenomeWeb

The European Molecular Biology Lab and Germany’s Resource Center/Primary Database (RZPD) have created a human genome chip set.

The groups announced Human Unigene Set-RZPD3, a two-slide DNA chip set that contains nearly the entire human genome in the form of 51,145 sequence-verified cDNAs based on NCBI’s UniGene clusters. Each clone represents one UniGene cluster. The chips include spike-in controls and labeled oligonucleotides.

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