LaserGen to Install Prototype Sequencers this Summer; Receives $150K US Army SBIR Grant for Portable Version | GenomeWeb

By Julia Karow

LaserGen said last month that it plans to install prototype sequencers at two genome centers this summer. The company also recently received a $150,000 Small Business Innovation Research grant from the US Army Medical Research and Material Command to develop a portable version of its sequencer for pathogen detection in wounds of combat soldiers.

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