Teams Pursue Lab-On-A-Chip Strategies with Eyes on Genomic, Dx Applications | GenomeWeb

By Andrea Anderson

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – As lab-on-a-chip technology expands from research to more diagnostic applications, some researchers are working to develop more portable lab-on-a-chip technology with integrated optical detection systems, while other developers are focusing on expanding the range of applications possible for existing systems.

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