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DNA Lab on a Chip

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Published on Oct 20, 2008

Researchers at Duke University foresee devices no bigger than a wristwatch replacing the table-top sized machinery now used for monitoring enzymes in the bloodstream or measuring harmful chemicals in the environment. Learn more at http://research.duke.edu/microfluidic/.

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