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NEW YORK – A team led by researchers from the University of California, Santa Cruz and Brigham Young University has developed a programmable chip that combines nanopores, optofluidics, and an electronic feedback control circuit to select, sort, and analyze single molecules and particles. 

The researchers have also launched a Santa Clara, California-based startup called Fluxus to commercialize a platform based on the optofluidic chip for downstream molecular analysis. 

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