Agilent Helps Harvard Scientist Apply Nanopore Technology to Haplotyping | GenomeWeb

A team of scientists on both coasts of the United States is getting closer to developing nanopores that can identify haplotypes one molecule at a time.

The research, which is funded by the National Institutes of Health and DARPA, and is part of an R&D collaboration with Agilent Laboratories, may significantly reduce the cost of haplotyping, according to experts.

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