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Phylogeny Wins $1.1M Grant for Tissue Array Development

NEW YORK, May 4 (GenomeWeb News) - Phylogeny, a privately held functional genomics firm based in Columbus, Ohio, today said it has won a $1.1 million grant from the state of Ohio to further develop its tissue array technology.

Phylogeny said its tissue arrays contain up to one thousand samples of body tissue, permitting researchers to process up to hundreds of samples at once.

Lali Reddy, Phylogeny's senior director of corporate development, said in a statement that Phylogeny "will seek partnerships with scientific suppliers to provide retail distribution of the product line."

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