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OpGen Database Helps to Reduce Bioterrorist Threat

MADISON, Wis. - The need to rapidly identify biological agents that could be used for bioterrorist attacks has led to the creation of a genome database map by OpGen Inc., a Madison based bio-informatics company that specializes in optical mapping of DNA.

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OpGen, founded in 2001, is a venture-backed company that employs about 55 people and is pioneering the analysis of whole genomes by means of optical mapping based on the research of Dr. David Sc......

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Source:wistechnology.com By Mike Klein 12/10/03


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