By Justin Petrone

Genomic Expression, a 2-year-old technology startup, will use its array-based digital gene-expression platform in a new cancer research initiative in Denmark.

The project, called the Danish Platform for Large-scale Sequencing and Bioinformatics, or DPLSB, was created this month with DKK170 million ($32 million) in funding and is anticipated to last five years.

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