SuperArrays, E-Mail Marketing, and Services: Snapshots from a Maturing Microarray Market | GenomeWeb

Renee Tschumper, a technician in immunology research at the Mayo Clinic, stopped by the SuperArray booth at the American Association for Cancer Research meeting a few weeks ago in Orlando, Fla.

With a kind of joy rarely expressed for a commercial scientific research product, Tschumper inquired about the company’s product line — pathway-centric arrays spotted on nylon membranes packaged in disposable hybridization tubes.

“We do a lot with Affymetrix microarrays,” Tschumper explained. “We use these when we want a quick answer.”

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