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From the third issue of 2017, Microarrays has changed its name to High-Throughput.

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Microarrays 2012, 1(1), 42-43;

Microarrays—Current and Future Applications in Biomedical Research

Editor-in-Chief of Microarrays, Molecular Toxicology, Non-Clinical Safety (pRED), F. Hoffmann-La Roche AG, Postfach, 4070-Basel, Switzerland
Received: 16 November 2011 / Accepted: 22 November 2011 / Published: 22 November 2011
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Microarrays covers research where microarrays are applied to address complex biological questions. This new open access journal publishes articles where novel applications or state-of-the art technology developments in the field are reported. In addition, novel methods or data analysis algorithms are under the scope of Microarrays. This journal will serve as a platform for fast and efficient sharing of data within this large user community. As one of the first microarray users in Europe back in 1996, I am proud to serve as Editor-in-Chief and I believe we have assembled a highly proficient Editorial Board, responsible for a fair and fast peer-review of articles. [...] View Full-Text
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