STMicroelectronics to Debut Array Platform as Part of IVD for Sepsis | GenomeWeb

Two years after it vowed to deliver a microarray for use in diagnostics sometime in 2005, Swiss semiconductor giant STMicroelectronics is on track to make good on its promise (see BAN 10/15/2003).

A company official told BioArray News last week that ST has partnered with a European molecular diagnostics firm, and its chips will be commercialized before the end of the year as part of an in vitro diagnostic test for sepsis.

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