Stepping up its efforts to push products into the burgeoning molecular diagnostics market, Invitrogen last week licensed its Lux reagent technology to Prodesse, a Wisconsin-based developer of multiplex PCR-based diagnostic tests.
 
The alliance is the latest in a series of actions taken by Invitrogen to further develop a variety of technologies acquired during its 2004-2005 buying spree for the molecular diagnostics field. The pact also furthers Invitrogen’s plans to greatly expand its OEM business.
 

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