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NanoString Alzheimer's Disease Research Panels
Seattle-based NanoString Technologies has developed a set of new nCounter gene expression panels for use in Alzheimer's disease research, which it created and tested in collaboration with the MODEL-AD consortium. The two panels — one for use in mouse studies and another for human studies — measure the expression of 770 genes covering 30 modules discovered in a recent study of human brain tissue. The firm noted that both panels are available for purchase through its website.

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