Improving nucleic acid biomarker detection with DNA nanotechnology


Roma is co-founder of Nanovery, a start-up based in Newcastle, UK. Focus of Nanovery is the detection and quantification of nucleic acid biomarkers using DNA nanotechnology-based  “nanorobots”. These produce an output in fluorescence that is 1,000 times stronger than the input sample. At Nanovery, the CLARIOstar Plus is used literally 24/7 and is combined with the LVis Plate for R&D applications and with the MARS data analysis software for data reduction.

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