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high-throughput

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  • The program, using so-called high-throughput technology, rapidly searched National Institutes of Health public databases containing the results of thousands of genomic studies.

    Researchers Show Gains in Finding Reusable Drugs

  • IdentiGEN, based in Ireland with U.S. offices in Lawrence, Kan., was founded by researchers from Trinity College in Dublin, who developed the process that assesses a panel of genetic markers using what's known as high-throughput DNA analysis.

    The Seattle Times

  • There have been revolutionary cheap high-throughput sequencing technologies commercialized in the last few years.

    Genome sequencing for under $5,000 - Boing Boing

  • The IEEE is also planning to use the spectrum for its next-generation high-throughput Wi-Fi effort, known as 802. 11ad.

    WiGig Alliance to Push 6 Gbps Wireless in the Home

  • Bayley imagined a compact, high-throughput sequencer that could sequence thousands of bases in a single strand of DNA, with hundreds of thousands of reactions running in parallel.

    The $1,000 Genome

  • * Some exceptions exist of course, like those doing high-throughput screening.

    Archive 2008-09-01

  • The company said that adoption of high-throughput 802. 11n equipment is accelerating and that customers continue to "divert budgets from wired LANs toward wireless solutions."

    Aruba Networks reports record quarterly revenues

  • * Some exceptions exist of course, like those doing high-throughput screening.

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  • Quantenna's main customers are equipment makers, carriers and service providers that want to use high-throughput wireless connectivity to distribute bandwidth-hungry applications such as high-definition video throughout an entire home to multiple screens or devices.

    Cutting-edge Wi-Fi silicon will power high-def video distribution

  • Rothberg wanted 454 to be the Cisco of biology and provide the necessary bandwidth for high-throughput genome sequencing.

    The $1,000 Genome

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