NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Qiagen and the Chinese Academy of Sciences said today that they are working together to develop molecular tests to detect food-borne pathogens.
As part of the agreement, the partners have opened a joint laboratory at the Institute of Nutritional Sciences, Shanghai Institute of Biological Sciences, called the CAS/SIBS-Qiagen Laboratory for Food Safety.

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