US Patent No. 9,434,985

Methods of identifying interactions between genomic loci
Sep 07, 2016

The University of Massachusetts, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Harvard College, and the Whitehead Institute for Biomedical Research have been awarded US Patent No. 9,434,985, "Methods of identifying interactions between genomic loci."

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