Survey Finds 'Weak' Outlook for Arrays among Genomics Researchers as Sequencing Gains Hold | GenomeWeb

A recent survey conducted by GenomeWeb and investment firm Mizuho Securities found that genomics researchers are rapidly turning away from microarrays in favor of sequencing.

"We saw a more polarized view than expected on arrays versus sequencing from the survey," wrote Mizuho analyst Peter Lawson in a research note outlining the results of the survey, which collected responses from 94 GenomeWeb readers in mid-October.

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