NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Swedish firm Olink said today that it has partnered with researchers from Uppsala University to form a new biosensor instrument manufacturer called Q-linea.
 
The new firm will develop a new rapid and sensitive instrument for detection and analysis of infectious agents in the air and water. Olink said that the primary customer for the instrument is FMV, a Swedish defense material procurement agency.
 

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