ST. LOUIS, June 28, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Canopy BiosciencesTM, LLC, an emerging provider of gene editing and personalized
Canopy has paired this genome monitoring service with its genome editing capabilities, exemplified by the recent licensing of the TUNR Flexible Gene Editing technology from Washington University and Johns Hopkins University.
Canopy's NanoString service offers a simple, web-based ordering tool. Researchers are able to choose from one of NanoString's pre-made gene panels or design their own custom panel. Each panel enables the simultaneous measurement of over 700 genes.
Edward Weinstein, PhD, CEO of Canopy Biosciences, said "Canopy is excited to be able to offer NanoString services. NanoString instruments are costly, which has limited the access to this powerful technology for many researchers. Not only can we now offer the technology to all researchers, but we've also simplified the complex ordering process and can provide complete data analysis for our customers."
Canopy's NanoString service can be ordered directly from its website, www.canopybiosciences.com
About Canopy Biosciences
Canopy Biosciences was formed in 2016, partnering with leading research institutions to turn their discoveries into tangible products and make them available to the entire research community. Canopy Biosciences was formed with investment from BioGenerator, an evergreen investor in the St. Louis region. A complete list of products and services can be found at www.canopybiosciences.com.
Canopy Biosciences is trademarked by Canopy Biosciences, LLC.
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