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OpGen Creates Map of Worlds Most Lethal Fungus

Madison, Wis.-- The worlds most common lethal fungal infection is caused by a mold called Aspergillus fumigatus. Strains put transplant, leukemia and HIV/AIDS patients at serious risk. OpGen, a University of Wisconsin-Madison spinout, has created a whole genome m......

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All the data was collected on a Friday from a DNA sample, captured on specialized glass chips, and processed over a weekend. We created 300 different over-lapping maps which reduces errors, Dykes said.

Professor David Schwartz, OpGens founder, developed the technology along with his scientific......

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Source:wistechnology.com By Mike Klein 02/04/04


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