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October 8th, 2003
Nanosphere Announces Protein BioMarker Detection Capabilities
Through a licensing agreement with Northwestern University, Nanosphere Inc., a nanotechnology-based life sciences company, has acquired breakthrough nanoparticle detection technology for protein biomarkers. This technology, when combined with Nanosphere's proprietary nanoparticle-based detection systems for DNA, positions the company to broadly impact the fields of molecular diagnostics, genomics and proteomics.
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