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MWG Biotech of Ebersberg, Germany and High Point, NC, has launched its Pan Mouse 10K Array, a 10,000-gene mouse array, which sells for 950 Euro ($847). The company selected the genes, which are represented as oligonucleotides, from among the 13,000 mouse genes to have been functionally defined so far.

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