NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – EnviroLogix and Ionian Technologies will partner to develop, make, and sell rapid tests that could detect genes or gene sequences for use by agricultural biotech customers, EnviroLogix said today. 
Under the collaborative development agreement, EnviroLogix will identify gene targets and seed biotechnology companies, and then sell Ionian’s rapid nucleic acid-based tests that these companies could use either in the lab or out in the fields.

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