OGT to Upgrade Chromosomal Microarray Analysis Software | GenomeWeb

By Justin Petrone

Oxford Gene Technology will later this month release an upgraded version of its CytoSure Interpret software for array comparative genomic hybridization analysis.

Ruth Burton, OGT's product manager for clinical solutions, discussed the new software at the American College of Medical Genetics' annual meeting, held last month in Charlotte, NC. An OGT executive this week discussed the pending software launch with BioArray News.

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