Registering Mass Specs in S. Korea, Bruker Aims for a Place at the Molecular Dx Table | GenomeWeb

Bruker Daltonics has registered its autoflex II MALDI-TOF mass spectrometers as class I medical devices with the Korea Food and Drug Administration with an eye on eventually selling the instruments for use in the molecular diagnostics market.

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