OGT to Develop Microarrays for HIV-AIDS Vaccine Research | GenomeWeb
NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) - Oxford Gene Technology today said it will design an optimized oligonucleotide microarray for the Innate Discovery Team, part of the Center for IV-AIDS Vaccine Immunology.
 
The center will use the microarrays to study genes involved in the cellular immune response of early-stage HIV-infected patients.
 
OGT said the microarrays will be printed using its ink jet in situ synthesis platform for parallel analysis of multiple samples.
 

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