New Packard Hybridization Protocol Uses Coverslip Air Bubbles | GenomeWeb

Packard BioChip Technologies of Billerica, Mass., has released a new simplified protocol for microarray hybridization on glass slides. This protocol, “A short communication on microarray hybridization,” eliminates blocking steps, and encourages researchers to allow an air bubble to get under the cover slip — a practice that traditional protocols such as those recommended by the Pat Brown Lab at Stanford tell users to avoid.

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