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Monsanto signs with Two Pore Guys

by Marc S. Reisch
October 16, 2017 | APPEARED IN VOLUME 95, ISSUE 41

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Monsanto will test Two Pore Guys' detector in agriculture uses.
Credit: Two Pore Guys
Monsanto will test Two Pore Guys' detector in agriculture uses.

Monsanto will evaluate a nanopore-based diagnostic system developed by the Santa Cruz, Calif.-based start-up Two Pore Guys. Monsanto plans to develop assays for biomolecules in crops, pests, and pathogens using the smaller firm’s handheld technology. Silicon nanopores embedded in test strips enable rapid, inexpensive detection of analytes including nucleic acids and proteins, Two Pore Guys says.

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