Fuji Photo Film, SRU Biosystems, University of Medicine & Dentistry of New Jersey | GenomeWeb
Fuji Photo Film of Kanagawa, Japan, has received US Patent No. 7,169,583,“Method for the detection of gene with DNA microarray.” The patent claims a method for the detection of a nucleic acid by performing a PCR reaction or a reverse transcription reaction by adding a template nucleic acid to a solid support on which a nucleic acid is fixed, and hybridizing the nucleic acid on the support with the nucleic acid synthesized by the PCR reaction or the reverse transcription reaction.


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