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March 24th, 2003

NCL Developing Chip For DNA Screening

Abstract:
The National Chemical Laboratory is working on developing a chip for DNA screening that could become a low-cost method for detecting diseases and treating them. The project looks at application of nanotechnology for medical diagnosis and therapeutics for cancer and genetic disorders which Indians are predisposed to.

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Indian Express

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