Kennedy Krieger, U of Tuebingen Teams Develop New Tools for Chromosomal Microarray Analysis | GenomeWeb

Geneticists who use microarrays to detect chromosomal abnormalities have two new tools at their disposal.

One, called triPOD, was developed at Kennedy Krieger Institute in Baltimore, and allows users to determine the parental origin of an abnormality by comparing the SNP array data from a patient against data collected from both parents. The developers of triPOD recently discussed the tool in a BMC Genomics paper.

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