NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – With funding from the European Union, a team of researchers in Europe have embarked on a project to develop a test for the early detection of sepsis.

Teesside University in the UK announced the project dubbed CE-microArray today. It includes eight other European academic and industry partners and has a total cost of about €1.6 million ($2.2 million), of which the European funding agency CORDIS is providing a little more than €1.1 million.

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