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Affymetrix GeneTitan® Multi-Channel Instrument

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  1. Genotype analysis platform


  1. Resource Description
    "The Gene Titan family of instruments and proven GeneChip Array Plates from Affymetrix are the first to provide a hands-free, automated solution for monitoring gene expression. The Gene Titan Multi-Channel (MC) Instrument automate array processing from target hybridization to data generation by combining a hybridization oven, fluidics processing, and state-of-the art imaging device into a single bench-top instrument. The imaging device in the Gene Titan MC Instrument uses an external, high-intensity xenon lamp and dual excitation and emission filters to capture images from array plates for use in genome-wide expression and genotyping studies. Key Features and Benefits of the Assay • Flexible - Supports gene expression studies on 16-, 24- and 96-format array plates • Accurate - Delivers high-quality, consistent data every time • Efficient - Condenses hands-on processing time to as little as 30 minutes, images an array in less than five minutes, and operates unattended overnight • Robust - Has fewer moving parts so it's easily maintained and rarely requires IT support • Scalable - Meets both medium- and high-throughput needs • Adaptable - Creates flexible workflows and sample registration via Affymetrix GeneChip Command Console (AGCC) Software"
  2. Manufacturer
    Affymetrix, Inc.
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    SNP genotyping assay
  5. Related Technique
    Genotyping assay
  6. Location
    Molecular Profiling Facility (Penn)
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