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Hopkins is first US institution to obtain powerful genotyping system

w campus near the Center for Inherited Disease Research, a Johns Hopkins operation funded by a federal contract. As more researchers begin to need and use the technology, Scott hopes the system is used to determine roughly 200,000 genotypes per day.

Scott notes that the high-throughput genotyping system complements other services offered by the Genetics Resources Core Facility, including the DNA Fragment Analysis Lab and the DNA Analysis Facility. Both can determine research-specific genetic sequences that can't otherwise be studied.


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