ViaLogy Releases a Second Validation Test For Affymetrix Platform; Other Chips to Follow | GenomeWeb

ViaLogy has the results in hand of a second validation study of its technology, conducted for Affymetrix, and the results are encouraging, an executive of the company told BioArray News this week.

The study results, presented to Affymetrix in early June, show improved results in reproducibility, higher sensitivity, and lower false negatives with the same or better false positive rate in analyzing data derived from Affymetrix’s GeneChip platform and its software.

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