MSU to Use BioTrove System to Screen for Pathogens in Water Supplies | GenomeWeb
NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) — Researchers at Michigan State University will use BioTrove's OpenArray system to analyze microbial communities in water supplies, the company said yesterday.
 
BioTrove said the MSU Center for Microbial Ecology and Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering plan to develop high-throughput screening assays to test for pathogens with genes that confer antibiotic resistance.
 

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