NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – The Parkinson's Institute will use Arrayit's microarray platform to search for Parkinson's-related biomarkers in a research collaboration, the company said today.

The study involves collecting samples from well-characterized Parkinson's patients using Arrayit's H25K microarray and PlasmaScan80, with antibodies provided by BioSystems International.

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