NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) — Researchers at Harvard Medical School and at Brigham & Womens Hospital will use BioTrove’s tools to study how humans respond to chemical weapons, and differentiation among adult stem cells, BioTrove said yesterday.
With funding from the US Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency, researchers at Brigham & Womens Center for Molecular Orthopedics and at Harvard have jointly purchased and installed BioTrove’s OpenArray NT Cycler and OpenArray plates, said BioTrove spokeswoman Arielle Bernstein.

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