Motorola, GeneScan to Develop Detection Device for GMOs | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK, Jan 30 – Motorola’s Clinical Micro Sensors unit and GeneScan of Freiburg, Germany have penned a technical collaboration agreement to develop Motorola’s eSensor DNA detection system as a tool to detect genetically modified crops, the companies said Tuesday.

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