Norwegian Microarray Consortium, Research Genetics, Norwegian University of Science and Technology, University of Bergen, University of Oslo Norwegian Radium Hospital | GenomeWeb

The Norwegian Microarray Consortium is offering rat cDNA microarrays to academic users at a charge of $144 each for those in Norway, and $218 for those outside. The consortium offers the arrays at $367 each for commercial users. The microarrays contain 14,500 cDNA probes from the Research Genetics IMAGE clone set. All clones are printed in duplicate and contain one commercial control set.

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