Luminex, Tyson Collaborate on Food Safety, Animal Health Tests | GenomeWeb
NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Luminex today said that it is collaborating with Tyson Foods on the development of multiplex tests for food safety and animal health.
 
The firms will develop the tests using Luminex’s xMAP technology, and the panels will run on Luminex’s instruments. Luminex President and CEO Patrick Balthrop said in a statement that the panels “will allow the food industry to screen for pathogens and other microbes more efficiently and accurately.”
 

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