NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – The Korean PCR diagnostics company Seegene will distribute Lab901’s ScreenTape system in the Korean market, Lab901 said Monday.
 
Under the agreement, the two companies will co-market both the ScreenTape system and Seegene’s Seeplex products in the global market, the company said.
 
The Seeplex products are multiplex PCR-based tests designed to detect multiple pathogens, including sexually transmitted diseases, respiratory viruses, sepsis, human papillomavirus, and pneumonia.

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