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CombiMatrix, Texas A&M Receive $75K Grant from the National Academies

CombiMatrix and Texas A&M University said last week that they have been awarded a $75,000 National Academies Keck Futures Initiative grant to develop a method to increase the speed of hybridization in DNA microarray applications.

The long-term goal of the project is to develop a "simple and low-cost, but highly effective technique to reduce hybridization time and improve signal uniformity across the microarray," according to CMBX and Texas A&M researchers.

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