NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Potsdam, Germany-based Biotecon Diagnostics said today that Merck KGaA has begun selling the firm’s PCR-based food safety tests under a global marketing alliance.
 
Biotecon said Merck is selling the firm’s Foodproof range of tests, which were launched Jan. 1. It expects to jointly introduce new tests during 2008.
 

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