Microarrays in Limbo

The votes are in and it would seem that the research community hasn't quite made up its mind about what to do with microarrays just yet.

In a recent poll conducted by the RNA-Seq Blog, about half of 175 total respondents, or 88 voters, declared that microarrays are here to stay, while the remaining 50 percent, or 87 voters, believe that its time is over.

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