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Febit Joins READNA Consortium

Febit said this week that it is joining the Revolutionary Approaches and Devices for Nucleic Acid, or READNA, project, a consortium funded with €12 million ($15 million) from the European Union (see In Sequence 12/9/2009).

The company plans to use its HybSelect sequence capture technology in READNA projects.

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