NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – BioNanomatrix said today that its has received a $399,020 grant from the National Human Genome Research Institute to continue development of its nanoscale imaging platform for haplotyping and gene mapping.
 
The Philadelphia-based firm said the grant would fund a two-year project led by Ming Xiao to develop a nanoscale platform for single-molecule haplotyping imaging and analysis of long strands of DNA at ultra-high resolution in a massively parallel format.
 

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