Last week, Hitachi Software Engineering of Japan announced the development of a DNA microarray product, the AceGene Human Oligo Chip. The product contains a complete representation of the human genome on three chips, and will be marketed through Hitachi Software and its subsidiary, DNA Chip Research.

The chip set includes 30,000 oligos and will sell for $481, DNA Chip Research said in a statement on its website.

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