Q-linea's Biodefense Projects Advance as Firm Prepares Entry into MDx Market | GenomeWeb

UPPSALA, Sweden – Q-linea continues to advance its molecular diagnostics program, with the aim of making pathogen identification and antibiotic susceptibility tests available for clinical use by the end of 2015.

At the same time, the Swedish company is encouraged by the use of its technology in an EU-funded biothreat detection project, and it may continue to develop its platform for security-related applications, according to CEO Jonas Jarvius.

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