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Oxford Gene Technology this week launched three new CytoSure ISCA aCGH arrays to meet various resolution, multiplexing, and budget requirements.

Designed in collaboration with the International Standard Cytogenomic Array Consortium, the eight array by 60,000-feature, four array by 180,000-feature, and four array by 44,000-feature CytoSure ISCA formats allow users to focus on disease and syndrome-associated genome regions, in addition to offering whole-genome coverage, OGT said.

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