Nanosens debuts latest CRISPR diagnostic on a graphene chip

Nanosens unveiled a device on Monday that can detect genomic mutations in minutes using graphene-based electrical signals instead of chemical labels, making it at least the third company to harness CRISPR as a diagnostic tool in the past year. The company plans to

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