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Microarrays have also made the transition from the drug discovery market to point-of-care application. Researchers typically apply microarrays to genotyping, mutation screening, gene expression, and protein-interaction studies.
Typically microarrays provide ever more information per experiment. In the drug discovery arena, researchers use microarrays to perform large-scale studies in larger populations than ever before, providing a more comprehensive view of the human genetic variations that cause common diseases.
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