NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Cellzome will use a €3.85 million ($5 million) grant it has won from the German government as part of a high-tech funding program to expand its KinoBeads technology application.
 
The company plans to use the funds specifically to develop the KinoBeads platform for use in epigenetic target classes and to optimize it for diagnostic and translational medicine studies that would allow doctors to monitor target-drug interactions directly in patient material.
 

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