Published in Drug Week, August 1st, 2003
The HapMap Project is a $100 million public-private effort launched to construct a detailed map of genetic variation in the human genome. The University of Hong Kong joins several other prominent institutions already using MassARRAY technology for the HapMap Project, including The Whitehead Institute which operates four MassARRAY systems and received a grant of $8.4 million to perform approximately 71 million individual MALDI-TOF genotypes for the HapMap Project.
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