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Roche NimbleGen Launches 2.1 Million-Probe Arrays For The Detection Of Chromosomal Aberrations And DNA Copy Number Variation

Roche NimbleGen, a company of Roche announced today the launch of comparative genomic hybridization (CGH) arrays and services for the high-resolution mapping of genomic copy-number differences based on the company's new 2.1 million-probe HD2 platform.
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