Optical mapping system enables automated, microbial whole genome analysis

June 17, 2010
OpGen, Inc.'s Optical Mapping System for microbial whole genome analysis is based on Optical Mapping Technology, which generates ordered, whole genome restriction maps from single DNA molecules for strain typing, comparative genomics and whole genome sequence assembly.

OpGen, Inc.'s (Gaithersburg, MD) Argus Optical Mapping System for microbial whole genome analysis is based on Optical Mapping Technology, which generates ordered, whole genome restriction maps from single DNA molecules for strain typing, comparative genomics and whole genome sequence assembly. Its MapSolver™ software allows scientists to view and compare bacterial genomes to each other, as well as to annotated sequences.

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