University of Pittsburgh Earmarks $350K from NIH Grant for WaferGen Real-Time PCR Studies | GenomeWeb

This article was originally published on Feb. 3.

By Ben Butkus

Wafergen Biosystems said this week that researchers at the University of Pittsburgh have earmarked $350,000 from an NIH grant to pay for research that will use Wafergen's SmartChip real-time PCR system as part of a larger multi-institution study on the genomics of chronic lung disease.

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