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Callida Genomics of Sunnyvale, Calif., has received US Patent No. 7,960,104, "Self-assembled single molecule arrays and uses thereof." Methods of making and using self-assembled arrays of single polynucleotide molecules for carrying out a variety of large-scale genetic measurements, such as gene-expression analysis and gene copy number assessment, are claimed. Random arrays used in the invention are self-assembled in the sense that they are formed by deposition of polynucleotide molecules onto a surface where they become fixed at random locations.

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