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Dr. Kathy Rowlen heads her lab crew that has developed a "Flu Chip" that will determine the genetic signatures of a specific influenza strains cutting down the turn around time from four days to 11 hours. The green dots are a projected image of a florescent scanner image of a DNA chip. (FROM L:EFT TO RIGHT: James Smagala-graduate student, Dr. Erica Dawson-post doctoral researcher, Rob Kochta-professor (back left), Dr. Kathy Rowlen-professor(front), Dr. Daniella Dankbar-post doctoral researcher, Chad Moore-post doctoral researcher(back), Dr. Martin Mehlmann-post doctoral researcher, and Michael Townsend-grduate student. (BARRY GUITIERREZ/ROCKY MOUNTAIN NEWS) **CQ-James Smagala-graduate student, Dr. Erica Dawson-post doctoral researcher, Rob Kochta-professor (back left), Dr. Kathy Rowlen-professor(front), Dr. Daniella Dankbar-post doctoral researcher, Chad Moore-post doctoral researcher(back), Dr. Martin Mehlmann-post doctoral researcher, and Michael Townsend-grduate student. (((EDITORS NOTE---MARTIN MEHLMANN has 2 n's the press release only has one))))) Please tell designers!!!!!

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