High-Res Arrays Improve Cytogenetics Services as Field Shoots for 'Perfect Platform' | GenomeWeb

The recent availability of higher-resolution microarray platforms has spurred more cytogenetics laboratories to perform genome-wide, rather than targeted scans, of samples to help them identify chromosomal abnormalities.

The result has increased the labs' rates of detecting abnormalities, according to sources at some of the US' busiest cyto labs.

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