• Offers DNA-based tracers for a range of applications including nuclear cooling water and oil and gas well injection
  • Nuclear has proven to be the most receptive market, and is the company's current focus
  • DNA offers a nearly limitless range of chemically similar but distinct tracers that can be...

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