Japan's Genesis Healthcare Adopts Affymetrix Axiom Array Platform for Consumer Genomics Offering | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – Genesis Healthcare, a Tokyo-based provider of consumer genomics and clinical tests to the Japanese market, recently moved to the Affymetrix platform to support its offerings.

Iri Sato-Baran, president and chief strategy and research officer at Genesis Healthcare, told BioArray News that her company had used Illumina arrays in the past, but decided to adopt a custom Affymetrix-made Axiom genotyping array for diverse reasons earlier this year.

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