NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) — The US Department of Defense has awarded Applied Biosystems a $24.5 million contract to develop a prototype system that can identify infectious diseases for epidemiological and biosecurity purposes.
 
ABI said the company has already presented “key components” of the prototype to the United States Air Force, which will validate it.
 

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