NHGRI Awards $1.2M to Geospiza, Partners to Develop Cancer Variant Detection Application | GenomeWeb

Geospiza has received a $1.2 million Phase II Small Business Innovative Research grant from the National Human Genome Research Institute to develop an application that lets users identify and visualize DNA sequence variations in comparative analyses of normal and cancer tissue samples using the firm’s GeneSifter platform, a statement said.

The company will develop the application in collaboration with investigators at Weill Cornell Medical College and the Mayo Clinic.

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