Scripps to use RainDance Technology in 'Wellderly' Study | GenomeWeb
NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – The Scripps Translational Science Institute will use RainDance Technologies’ sequence enrichment application as part of its ongoing research into the genetics of healthy elderly Americans.
 
Scripps’ “Wellderly” Study is collecting DNA from volunteers for a gene bank. The samples will be studied by Scripps researchers to identify protective elements of the human genetic code.
 

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