Institute for Molecular and Cell Biology, National Cancer Institute, New York State, Expression Analysis, WM Keck Center for Comparative and Functional Genomics, Axon, Samsung, Cytogenomics | GenomeWeb

In Singapore, Zebrafish Markers Extend Beyond Stripes

Scientists at Singapore’s Institute for Molecular and Cell Biology, led by Peng Jinrong, principal investigator with the institute’s functional genomics lab, and Wen Zilong, a molecular biologist, have identified and isolated 15,000 of the genetic markers for the zebrafish, according to a report this week in The Straits Times, a Singapore newspaper. The scientists are creating a microarray based on the sequence information identified.

 

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