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NEW YORK – After closing an investment round last month for an undisclosed sum, Finnish firm Genomill Health is aiming to broaden adoption of its Geno1 technology, a barcoding-based method that it believes can enhance sequencing accuracy and lower costs and turnaround time for applications with high sensitivity and efficiency demands like liquid biopsy.

The concepts behind Geno1 were developed as part of research initiated at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and then continued at ETH Zurich by the company's chief technology officer Manu Tamminen.

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