NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Qiagen secured commercial rights to sell reagents and software for Genome Diagnostics' sequencing based typing technology, Genome Diagnostics said yesterday.
 
The Dutch company has developed a proprietary strategy for typing human leukocyte antigen genes. Qiagen will have global distribution rights to the technology as of January 2007.
 

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