NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) - NanoString Technologies said yesterday that the California Institute of Technology has signed on as the first customer for its nCounter digital gene expression analysis system under an early-access program.
NanoString said that it has shipped its first nCounter to Eric Davidson’s lab at CalTech and that it is accepting orders from other customers.

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