GATC to Coordinate International Sepsis-Pathogen Dx Project | GenomeWeb
NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) - GATC Biotech said today that it is coordinating an international effort to develop a microarray-based diagnostics test for bacterial and fungal pathogens that trigger sepsis.
GATC, based in Constance, Germany, said that it will function as the coordinating partner for project, which includes the Fraunhofer Institute in Germany and the National University of Pusan and Gene In Corporation, which are both located in South Korea.

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