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NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – Researchers from Uppsala University in Sweden and the University of California, Los Angeles are developing mobile phone microscopy technology to enable in situ mutation analysis and targeted DNA sequencing.

In a study published today in Nature Communications, the team demonstrated proof of concept for the technology by imaging single molecules that had been amplified via rolling circle amplification (RCA) on glass sides using a mobile phone camera.

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