European Consortium Gets $427,000 to Develop Technology, Protocols for Handling Blood Samples | GenomeWeb

This story originally ran on Aug. 26.

A consortium headed by Swedish sample-preparation firm Denator has received €300,000 ($427,000) from the EU Eurostars Programme to improve the handling of human blood plasma samples with the aim of advancing discovery of blood-based protein biomarkers.

With the funding, announced this week, the consortium expects to develop an instrument to use in the handling of blood samples, as well as protocols for handling the fluid.

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