NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) — Plant diagnostics firm EnviroLogix has licensed nucleic acid technology from Ionian Technologies that it will use in tests for the agricultural, plant pathogen, and veterinary testing markets, EnviroLogix said today.
 
Portland, Maine-based EnviroLogix, which offers on-site and lab-based immunoassays for detecting transgenic proteins, has licensed Ionian’s Nicking Enzyme Amplification Reaction (NEAR) technology under an exclusive and worldwide license and technology transfer agreement.
 

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