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Small Packages, Great Things

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A new small package might be the next big thing in post-genomic research. As it happens, current standards for packaging and prepping nucleic acids samples are more ad hoc than absolute. And without good packaging, widespread genotyping in clinical practice might not be possible. In order to travel, DNA and RNA samples need protection against degeneration that lasts for days, better yet weeks, at room temperature.

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