NIH Awards Diffinity Genomics $717,229 Grant to Commercialize PCR Purification Product | GenomeWeb

Diffinity Genomics said this week that the National Institutes of Health's National Center for Research Resources has awarded it a one-year, Phase II Small Business Technology Transfer grant worth $717,229 to commercialize a DNA-purification product for PCR applications.

The product, called the Diffinity RapidTip for PCR Purification, is a single-use pipette tip that contains proprietary technology to purify DNA from PCR reactions in one minute, the company said.

The product will be available for sale in "early 2010," according to the firm.

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