NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – NuGen Technologies will collaborate with Roche Applied Sciences to research and develop a NimbleGen array application for use with small, degraded, and compromised samples that can be used in gene expression analysis studies, the firms said today.
 
The microarray application, designed for use with NuGen’s WT-Ovation technology, will allow scientists to amplify picograms of RNA into micrograms of cDNA that can be used for gene expression analysis, sample sharing, and archiving, the company said.

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