Array Comparative Genomic Hybridization (aCGH) is a microarray-based technique used to identify chromosomal copy number changes (deletions, amplifications, and micro-amplifications) on a genome-wide scale or, using custom arrays, on a specific series of regions.
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Pricing is highly dependent on experimental design - please allow us to help you find the most cost effective solution, take advantage of our complimentary experimental design consultation!
We also offer an optional data analysis service.
0.75 to 3 µg (depending on the density of array of choice, please inquire) high quality intact DNA is required for labelling with no amplification step.
50 ng of high quality intact DNA, or 100 ng DNA with fragment size >500 bp, can be labelled following a whole genome amplification step (please inquire for more details).