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Nature 607, 33-34 (2022)



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Competing Interests

S.N. is one of the named inventors on a patent for Microfluidic Labyrinth Technology granted to the University of Michigan. This IP is licensed to the company Labyrinth Biotech. S.N. is the co-founder with equity interests and a scientific advisory board member for Labyrinth Biotech.


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