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Hi doodlefrat...etc.. :) Nice questions. I was just pondering recent and upcoming q&a about Nanogen. I just aquired a position last friday...

Hi Elric7, Good response due to the swamp-factor of info and companies on the scene. (Growing by the week)

Why I chose Nano is because their arrays ARE smaller. (and the rest of what doodle said). Clinical operators will not be able to afford the BIG-Guys offerings. Look at HMO expense factors, look at the humble pay doctors must accept to keep their business running [ ;) ]
A doctor can look at a patient and think "It's most likely 1 of these 20 posibilities...Hmm... I'll run this a-chip test...If that doesn't show... then... I'll try the b-chip test, etc.". It is cost effective to not do the 'whole shebang' with every diagnosis.
Of course I've got my fingers crossed with intuition and (thoughts?)

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