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Startup Electron Optica and its collaborators have demonstrated that sequencing DNA by electron microscopy without labeling should be possible in principle because the four base types provide sufficient contrast and improvements in resolution seem feasible. The company is now looking for funding to build an instrument and to show that it can sequence DNA.

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