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Microarrays for global expression constructed with a low redundancy set of 27,500 sequenced cDNAs representing an array of developmental stages and physiological conditions of the soybean plant

Lila O Vodkin*, Anupama Khanna, Robin Shealy, Steven J Clough, Delkin Orlando Gonzalez, Reena Philip, Gracia Zabala, Françoise Thibaud-Nissen, Mark Sidarous, Martina V Strömvik, Elizabeth Shoop, Christina Schmidt, Ernest Retzel, John Erpelding, Randy C Shoemaker, Alicia M Rodriguez-Huete, Joseph C Polacco, Virginia Coryell, Paul Keim, George Gong, Lei Liu, Jose Pardinas and Peter Schweitzer

BMC Genomics 2004, 5:73  doi:10.1186/1471-2164-5-73

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