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Ocimum Biosolutions this week said it has designed a microarray for Sulfolobus solfataricus, the "archaeal model organism of choice for a systems biology approach to study the evolution and characteristics of central cellular functions in living cells."

The new array was designed with the SulfoSys project, an ongoing European study of the central carbohydrate metabolism of S. solfataricus and its regulation under temperature variation. The chip was provided via Ocimum's OciChip custom microarray service.

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