Beginning February 1, the Public Health Research Institute Center for Applied Genomics in Newark, NJ will be producing Bacillus subtilis microarrays with 4,106 different oligonucleotide probes representing the whole genome of this microorganism. Any researcher can order these arrays from the center,


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