SNP Chip Prices Appear to Have Plateaued,But Some Predict Decrease in Coming Years | GenomeWeb
While the market for whole-genome SNP genotyping arrays has maintained an intense pace over the past two years, beginning with the launch of the Affymetrix Human Mapping 500K Array Set in September 2005 and culminating in the launch of Illumina’s Human 1M BeadChip this June, the two major players in the sector have been hesitant to lay out new milestones for the future.
 

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