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NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – The European Commission has awarded a group of researchers and companies 2.9 million ($3.3 million) to develop new technologies for high-throughput protein sequencing and single-molecule DNA and RNA sequencing.

The project, called "Protein sequencing using optical single-molecule real-time detection" and dubbed PROSEQO for short, commenced last month and will run through February 2019. PROSEQO is being funded through Horizon 2020, the European Framework Programme for Research and Innovation.

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