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NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Plexpress today announced it has partnered with Phalanx Biotech Group to offer a new service allowing researchers to discover, select, and validate biomarkers in a streamlined integrated workflow.

Phalanx Biotech has introduced its line of OneArray microRNA expression-profiling microarrays.

By Justin Petrone
Taiwanese array vendor Phalanx Biotech will launch a microarray for cytogenetics research in the second quarter, entering a market already dominated by Agilent Technologies, Affymetrix, and others.

Phalanx Biotech this week launched its OneArray microRNA expression profiling microarrays.

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Phalanx Biotech has updated its OneArray microRNA expression-profiling microarrays to reflect the content of miRBase version 17.

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Phalanx Biotech has updated its OneArray microRNA-expression profiling microarrays.
The update adds 2,406 mature miRNAs and is based on an update to the University of Manchester's miRBase database of miRNAs.

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Affymetrix's Gene Profiling Reagents and Gene Profiling Array cGMP U133 P2, Phalanx Biotech's Rice Genome OneArray, CTGT's Connective Tissue Disorders Tests, Anagnostics' Hybcell DoA Saliva plexB-1-01 Array

The company, which runs facilities in Taiwan and California, is also considering adding next-generation sequencing services.

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Phalanx Biotech's Rat Whole Genome OneArray, Skyline Diagnostics' AMLprofiler

An Affy spokesperson said the firm's interest in the market is an extension of its gene-expression profiling play, and said several "key advantages" over rival tools could enable it to profit in the market, which is poised to grow 25 percent through 2015.


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Researchers trace the origins of brown rats using genetic analysis to China, the New York Times reports.

In Nature this week: genetic history of HIV in the US, and more.