NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Qiagen is starting a joint venture in Singapore with Bio*One Capital, a biomedical investment management company based in that country, that will develop molecular diagnostic assays for genetic and infectious diseases, the firms said today.
 
The venture, called Dx Assays, should be operational by early 2008 and will be staffed with over 30 researchers, the companies said. 
 

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