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NABsys Licenses Nanopore IP for DNA Sequencing from Brown University in Exchange for Equity

NABsys has exclusively licensed nanopore technology from Brown University to commercialize it for DNA sequencing, the Providence, RI-based company said this week.

Under the agreement, NABsys obtains exclusive worldwide rights to certain intellectual property in exchange for a "significant equity interest" issued to Brown University.

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