NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) - BioServe said today that it has inked a partnership with Seegene to develop a detection system to diagnose a number of infectious diseases in India, BioServe said today.
 
Seegene, which is based in Seoul and maintains a US headquarters in Rockville, Md., will access BioServe's repository of Indian DNA samples to collaborate on development of a test for several sexually transmitted diseases, tuberculosis, and HIV-1 and HIV-2, BioServe said.
 

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