NJ Researchers Want to Serve as Honest Brokers for Microarray Users and Industry | GenomeWeb

From their basement microarray labs in Newark, NJ, researchers Peter Tolias and Michael Recce are planning to revolutionize the way microarray customers deal with their suppliers.

“We have been discussing setting up a special interest group for microarray researchers,” said Recce. “We think that the industry needs an honest broker, because we get a less than clear picture from Affymetrix and other manufacturers of microarray equipment.”

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