NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) — Bruker Daltonics and HealthLinx have filed a joint PCT patent application to develop and market diagnostics based on their joint discovery of two biomarkers linked to pregnancy complications, HealthLinx said today.
 
The tests will be based on Bruker’s ClinProt test, but HealthLinx said it will retain the rights to any ELISA/multiplex tests developed from these patents in the future.
 

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