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Madison, WI-- Optical Mapping is a new technology that will be used to discover why patients experience toxic side effects, or fail to respond to medication and to identify the causes of antibiotic resistance and virulence in pathogenic organisms. Wisconsin- based OpGen, has announced the commercial launch of its Optical Mapping(TM) system for rapid, cost-effective analysis of whole genomes, from ......

Full article >>> riation, in minutes," said Dr. Schwartz. "This will allow genetic screening of entire populations, at low cost, providing the ultimate molecular diagnostic and pharmacogenomics system. It will revolutionize pharmacogenomics."

Dr. Colin Dykes, OpGen's Chief Scientific Officer, concurs, noting "This is a case of the right technology at the right time. Recent publications report that insert......

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OpGen has said it is using its investment capital to expand its optical mapping capacity, to expedite the technology development program, and to begin marketing its technologies to to companies and organizations currently involved in sequencing entire genomes.......

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Source:wistechnology.com By Mike Klein 09/10/03


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