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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.

Source:
Indian Express

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