Stratagene Dx Partner Rejects Customizing QPCR Instrument, Opts for Stock Platform | GenomeWeb

Stratagene is still in negotiations with an unnamed partner to further develop the firm's MX3005 QPCR instrument for molecular diagnostic applications, but the nature of that deal has changed, according to Chairman and CEO Joe Sorge.

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