NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) - Helicos BioSciences said today that it is collaborating with a researcher at the University of Massachusetts to develop an assay that will characterize known species of microRNAs and discover new non-coding RNAs.
 
The company said it is partnering with Victor Ambros of UMass Medical School’s Molecular Medicine program to use its True Single Molecule Sequencing technology for the assay.
 

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