Team to Publish Study of DNA Binding Sites Using Illumina Genetic Analyzer | GenomeWeb
A team of scientists from Stanford University and the California Institute of Technology has used Illumina’s sequencing platform to analyze binding sites of a transcription factor on a genome-wide scale.
Their work has been accepted for publication in Science, setting it up to be one of the first published peer-reviewed studies that involves data from Illumina’s Genetic Analyzer.
Barbara Wold, a professor of molecular biology at Caltech, presented initial results of the study at the Advances in Genome Biology and T

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