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DNA mi·cro·array

An orderly arrangement of DNA sequences on a small solid support, usually a membrane or glass slide, used to quickly survey the simultaneous expression of many genes. Also called DNA chip.
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Adding to its existing portfolio of PCR products, in 2007, Roche Applied Science acquired DNA microarray company NimbleGen (see IBO 6/30/07) and 454 Life Sciences (see IBO 3/31/07), the maker of the Genome Sequencer FLX System based on pyrosequencing.
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