NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – The Beijing Genome Institute and the Danish diagnostic developer PentaBase have agreed to co-develop disease detection kits using genetic biomarkers, PentaBase said today.
The agreement expands an ongoing collaboration with SD Genomics, which serves as BGI’s contact point in Denmark, that is focused on developing and launching real-time PCR-based diagnostics kits.

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