NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) — The Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario will collaborate with BioTrove to evaluate the company’s nanofluidic PCR technology for use in detecting and monitoring respiratory infectious disease pathogens in children.
 
The collaboration will combine BioTrove’s OpenArray with CHEO’s “clinical and molecular biology expertise for rapid, simultaneous identification and quantification of multiple viral and bacterial respiratory pathogens in a clinical specimen,” the company said.
 

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