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OpGen joins UW, Henry Ford Heath in Improving Brain Tumor Treatment

Madison, Wis. -- OpGen, Inc., a provider of single-molecule DNA analysis technology, announced Thursday it has commenced an optical mapping study of a deadly type of brain tumor, known as oligodendroglioma. OpGen, based in Madison, is working with the Hermelin Brain Tumor Center
Full article >>> type of solid tumor or other forms of cancer; we intend to demonstrate this capability by conducting the first high-resolution scan of this tumor, Schwartz said.

OpGen and Schwartz have been working with a group of statisticians and mathematicians, which include Michael Waterman, professor of biological sciences and ......

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Source:wistechnology.com By WTN News 02/23/04


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