NEW YORK, Feb 22 - Luminex has collaborated with Dynacare, a company that runs clinical laboratories, to develop genetic tests using its LabMap technology, the companies announced Thursday.

LabMap uses microspheres to assay nucleic acids, antigen-antibody binding, enzymes, and other receptor-ligand interactions. Small lasers, digital processors, and software allow the system to perform up to 100 assays per drop of fluid. 

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