SIRS-Lab Licenses DxS' PCR for Sepsis Test | GenomeWeb
NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – German molecular diagnostics firm SIRS-Lab said today that it will use a PCR technology platform from DxS in a sepsis pathogen-detection test in the European Union under a new licensing agreement.
SIRS-Lab will use the DxS Scorpions Technology with its Signature sepsis prediction and monitoring test, which it plans to make widely available in the EU in 2009. The companies also have agreed to include an option in the license that would allow SIRS-Lab to use the DxS PCR technology worldwide.

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