In Print: Last Week's Microarray Papers of Note | GenomeWeb

Development of a suspension microarray for the genotyping of African Swine Fever Virus targeting the SNPs in the C-terminal end of the p72 gene region of the genome.
Transbound Emerg Dis. 2013 Aug;60(4):378-383.
Leblanc N, et al.

The authors developed an assay to differentiate between 22 genotypes of the African swine fever virus using Luminex xMAP technology. In a validation study, the assay was able to detect and distinguish all 22 genotypes.

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