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GeneChip Hybridization. Denature 99C 10 minutes. Inject into GeneChip. The following hybridization mix is prepared for each sample. Fragmented cRNA 5ug 10 ul Control B2 Oligo 1.7 ul 20x Eukaryotic Control mix [bio B, bio C, bio D, Cre] 5 ul
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