NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Madrid, Spain-based Biotools B&M Labs has licensed its Lionprobes technology to Milan, Italy-based Diapro for detection of nucleic acids on real-time DNA amplification platforms using fluorescent-labeled probes with application in medical diagnostics and prognosis.
 
Diapro will use the Lionprobes technology to develop new kits that offer a fluorescent system for detecting, quantifying, and analyzing nucleic acid sequences, said Biotools.
 

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