By Justin Petrone

InDevr, a Boulder, Colo.-based life-sciences firm, will later this year launch a point-of-care colorimetric-detection system for use with low-density microarrays. Additionally, the firm is planning a menu of pathogen-detection arrays, the first of which will become available next year, according to a company official.

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