NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – The National Institutes of Health has awarded Genomics USA $2.8 million to help it develop a human leukocyte chip, the Illinois-based company said yesterday.
 
The HLA chip is designed to be a low-cost microarray product to analyze the natural genetic variation that modifies vaccination response to biosecurity agents such as anthrax, bird flu, or small pox.
 

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