Affymetrix files even more patent infringements against Illumina in U.

0853679 Expression Monitoring by Hybridization to Great Density Oligonucleotide Arrays Assays, products, software, and associated instrumentation under the name BeadArray technology, including, but not limited by, all Illumina gene expression assays. Related StoriesMU researchers successfully treat dogs with DMD, plan for human medical trialsPerisylvian polymicrogyria gene foundScalable production of gene therapy vectors: an interview with Frank UbagsAffymetrix previously sued Illumina for patent infringement in 2004 in the United States District Court for the District of Delaware.67 % know they can use genetic testing to get a better knowledge of their ancestry. While these figures are encouraging, 23andMe also found that many Americans are not sure of basic facts about DNA and genetics trained in most senior high school science classes: More than two in five Americans don't realize DNA is arranged into chromosomes. Less than one in four Us citizens understand that everyone provides 23 pairs of chromosomes. And 49 % of women believe their sex chromosome is XY incorrectly; while 24 % of men incorrectly think their gender can be represented by the XX pairing. Additionally, only ten % of Americans accurately pinpointed that humans share more than 99 % of DNA with almost every other individual being.