DNAStar Awarded SBIR Grant to Continue Development of Sequence Assembly and Analysis Software for Clinical Research | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Bioinformatics software firm DNAStar said today it received a Phase II Small Business Innovation Research Grant in support of R&D aimed at expanding the company's sequence assembly and analysis software.

The grant from the National Human Genome Research Institute will be used by the Madison, Wis.-based firm to build out the capabilities of its software from broad research use to the clinical research market.

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