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Lexington company has new analytic device

Christopher D. McNary, president of RainDance Technologies, with a fluidic circuit chip used in the DNA sequence enrichment process. Christopher D. McNary, president of RainDance Technologies, with a fluidic circuit chip used in the DNA sequence enrichment process. (JOANNE RATHE/GLOBE STAFF)
By Davis Bushnell
Globe Correspondent / August 31, 2008

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LEXINGTON - RainDance Technologies Inc. has come up with a revolutionary technology, the company says, that will change the way laboratory samples are analyzed for medical research and drug preparation. (Full article: 727 words)

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