Gene Array Give Away: Stanford Scientists Put Instructions, Software for Chips on Net | GenomeWeb

Scientists looking to analyze which genes are active in which cells can either pay a company like Affymetrix to provide the technology or they can now put together the equipment themselves, using instructions and software freely available off the Internet. David Botstein and Patrick Brown at Stanford University head one of the world’s most prolific bioinformatics labs in academia, and they’re giving away the manual.

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