NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Promega today said its Madison, Wis.-based R&D and manufacturing campus has obtained ISO 13485 certification.
 
According to Promega, the standard “is recognized as the global quality standard for the development, manufacture, testing and delivery of medical devices.”
 
Promega has been certified under the ISO'S 9001 standard since 1998, the company said.

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