NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – US Genomics said today that Becton Dickinson has taken a $4.5 million equity investment in the firm, and the two companies will collaborate to develop a molecular diagnostic test for infectious disease.
 
Under the collaboration, the companies will develop US Genomics’ DirectLinear Analysis technology for use in a test that will detect a range of pathogens based on genotype.
 

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