NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) — Oxford Gene Technology has broadened its activity in the pre-implantation genetic screening market with the launch of a new oligonucleotide microarray.

Called the CytoSure Embry Screen Array, OGT's new chip includes eight, 60,000-spot arrays per slide for high-resolution, genome-wide aneuploidy and copy number detection in pre-implantation embryos. According to the Oxford, UK-based company, the chip can support the high-throughput analysis of 14 embryos per slide using single-color hybridization, making it ideal for use in embryo banking.

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