Luminex Licenses xMAP to Bayer Diagnostics

Luminex of Austin, Texas, licensed its xMAP technology to Bayer Diagnostics and entered into a multi-year agreement to develop a cellular analyzer, the company said. Bayer will pay Luminex a one-time licensing fee and royalities to develop and distribute in-vitro diagnostic products based on xMAP.

 

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