NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – In vitro diagnostics developer BioMérieux has struck a strategic partnership with Hitachi High-Technologies to develop microbiology and molecular diagnostic systems, BioMérieux said today.
 
The companies will work together to develop new instruments to be made by Hitachi High-Technologies and distributed through BioMérieux’s worldwide commercial network. The partners did not disclose terms of the alliance.
 

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