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Fluidigm and Berkeley Lab Awarded Phase II STTR Grant to Develop Microfluidic Chip for in Situ Diffraction of Protein Crystals

News   Nov 29, 2006

 
Fluidigm and Berkeley Lab Awarded Phase II STTR Grant to Develop Microfluidic Chip for in Situ Diffraction of Protein Crystals
 
 
 

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