NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) - The US Department of Defense has terminated a pathogen-identification technology contract with Applied Biosystems because the company and the US Air Force could not agree on the best route for commercializing the product, ABI said Friday. 
 
The DOD awarded ABI a $24.5 million contract last August to develop a prototype system that would identify infectious diseases for epidemiological and biosecurity purposes.
 

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