In-Q-Tel Supports Development of OpGen's Microbial Genome Mapping System, Migration to Cloud | GenomeWeb

This article was originally published May 7.

Last week, OpGen announced that In-Q-Tel, a nonprofit investment group that supports the US intelligence community, will support the development of a high-throughput sequence and genome mapping pipeline for microbial genome analysis.

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