NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Australian diagnostics and drug firm Agenix today announced a cooperation and cross-licensing deal with Arrayjet to jointly develop a point-of-care testing platform into a multiplex testing and screening system.

The two companies plan to develop a test based on Agenix's flow through DiagnostIQ POCT platform but with the "sensitivity, accuracy, and multiplexing ability of planar microarray technology," they said.

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