Xtrana and Liquid Filtration Firm to Co-Develop Membranes for DNA Preps | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK, Dec. 20 — Xtrana and liquid filtration developer CUNO have agreed to jointly develop and license new membranes for nucleic acid sample preparation in microorganism detection, the companies said on Thursday.

 

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