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ExonHit Therapeutics SpliceArray Service


ExonHit Therapeutics has launched its SpliceArray service, which boasts the company’s probe design, “customized analysis,” and Agilent microarrays, the company said in a statement this week. The company now sells G-Protein Coupled Receptor and Ion Channel microarrays containing splice variants of the gene familes, and it expects to produce more assays containing variants of drug-related gene families “in the coming months,” ExonHit said.

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