By Justin Petrone

BioNanomatrix later this year will launch a single-molecule genome analysis system and four applications for use on the system, according to a company official.

The silicon chip-based platform, called the nanoAnalyzer 1000, relies on thousands of nanochannels in an array format to trap individual DNA fragments, uncoil and linearize the fragments, and then image them.

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