NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) — The University of New Hampshire and ZS Genetics have extended by three years an alliance to harness electron microscopy to sequence DNA.
 
Under the agreement, UNH and ZS Genetics will continue their year-old collaboration, Thomas Abert, ZSG’s vice president of finance and administration, told GenomeWeb Daily News today.
 
Abert said that under the collaboration, UNH will provide much of the wet lab work and assist with labeling needs.
 

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