Top Ten Keys to Microarray Core Facility Success, From the Experts Who Have Done It | GenomeWeb

Following is a list of the top ten suggestions that experienced microarray core facility directors would give to a colleague who is setting up a microarray core facility. BioArray News compiled this advice from interviews conducted with over a dozen experts on this matter.

1. Before you set up the facility, define what kinds of arrays you want to use so you can choose your equipment accordingly.

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