Nanogen to Help Canadian Gov't Develop Dxs for Livestock Pathogens, Agroterror | GenomeWeb
NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) — Nanogen said today it has received an undisclosed amount of funding from several Canadian government agencies to help develop diagnostics that would detect natural or bioterror threats to livestock.
 
Under the agreement, Nanogen will use its NanoChip multiplexing microarray platform to develop diagnostics for diseases such as avian flu, foot-and-mouth disease, and other pathogens.
 

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