Stratos Genomics Awarded Access to Microfabrication Lab to Develop Nanopore Sequencing Tech | GenomeWeb

This article was originally published on January 8, 2010.

Stratos Genomics, a Seattle-based biotech startup, has won access to a microfabrication laboratory run by the Washington Technology Center, an economic development organization, "to further its DNA sequencing product development," WTC said last week.

According to WTC, Stratos Genomics is developing a new DNA sequencing method "that will dramatically reduce the time and costs of high-throughput DNA sequencing."

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