NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) — Spartan Bioscience said today that it has donated two of its DNA analyzers to Canadian hospitals for non-batched “stat” testing on specimens that are rushed outside of virology labs.
 
The Ottawa-based company said it has donated one of its Spartan DX real-time PCR DNA analyzers to the Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario and another to the Ottawa Hospital.
 

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