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April 22nd, 2004

Nanosphere’s gene analyzer soars through first testing round

Abstract:
The early reviews on Nanosphere, Inc.'s nanoparticle-based gene detection technology are beginning to come in. And it looks like the technology could be a hit with the lucrative clinical lab market, according to its first group of testers. The Northbrook, Ill.-company launched its Verigene tabletop analyzer for the research market last June. The analyzer is based on core technology that involves coating gold nanoparticles with strings of nucleotides that complement a given genetic target.

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