MicroRNA Array Market Still Experiencing 'Significant Growth,' Vendors, Users Say | GenomeWeb

By Justin Petrone

Microarrays for studying microRNAs first hit the market around four years ago, but the market for these products is still on the ascent, according to manufacturers and customers. Some microRNA array vendors say the market for their tools continues to grow, and users say that there continues to be compelling reasons to add miRNA-expression profiling to their research.

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