R&D Profile: A high-throughput platform for nanoparticle-based multiplex in-situ hybridization in brain

Dec 15, 2008 By: Z. Riley and A. Jeromin, Allen Institute for Brain Science

The Allen Brain Atlas, developed by the Allen Institute for Brain Science, is the first large-scale atlas of gene expression in the mouse brain, using chromogenic in situ hybridization (cISH) to detect the location of over 20,000 genes.

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Added by on 29.12.2008 • Category: VOID

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