NIH Awards Phoenix S&T $1.2M Grant to Develop Protein Separation Device | GenomeWeb
NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – The National Institutes of Health has awarded Phoenix S&T a Phase II Small Business Innovation Research grant to develop a prototype microfluidics device to separate glycoproteins that may be used as biomarkers for cancer and other diseases, the company said last week.
 
Phoenix S&T said the award is worth as much as $1.2 million over three years.
 

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