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Applied Biosystems, CombiMatrix

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Applied Biosystems has launched a new version of its freely available SNPBrowser Software, which includes data on 20 million genotypes obtained from 160,000 SNPs typed on 180 individuals across four populations.


CombiMatrix has launched a new CustomArray Core 67 Cancer Array, enabling researchers to screen and monitor 67 genes recently been identified as markers of a variety of cancers. The company is a subsidiary of Acacia Research.

 

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