Eagle R&D to Detect, Quantify Molecules with New Tech | GenomeWeb

The scientists at Eagle Research and Development have their work cut out for them. Their technology, a single molecule detection device, has the potential to identify and quantify each molecule in a complex sample, suggesting implications for basic research, disease diagnosis, and personalized treatment. And while they're working to turn theory into reality for the tool, some very interested people will be keeping an eye on them: Applied Biosystems recently established a collaboration with Eagle under which ABI has an exclusive two-year option to license the detection technology.

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