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OGT Services, WTCHG Develop In Situ Customized Arrays

OGT Services, a unit of Oxford Gene Technology, and researchers at the Wellcome Trust Center for Human Genomics at the University of Oxford have developed a method for in situ spotting of double-stranded DNA microarrays, OGT said last week.

According to Ioannis Ragoussis, head of genomics at WTCHG, the center decided to pair off with OGT Services in order "to establish binding profiles of human transcription factors using their in-house microarray system."

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