Issue Date: December 14, 2009
(1) NanoString Works With Broad Institute
Seattle-based NanoString Technologies has announced a research collaboration with the Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard University to study molecular networks involved in the immune response. NanoString is marketing a digital bar-coding system for direct detection of single molecules in biological samples without amplification. The Broad Institute will use NanoString’s nCounter Analysis System to map gene networks. The company will design custom bar-code sets based . . .
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