Swedish Biosensor Firm Attana Secures ISO Certification | GenomeWeb

Attana recently announced that it has been certified according to the International Organization for Standardization's 9001:2008 quality management systems standard.

Jesper Isaksson, quality assurance manager at the Stockholm, Sweden-based firm, said in a statement that the certification is a "validation and confirmation" of Attana's quality management processes. Isaksson also noted that since the company's biosensors are used in drug development, it is important that Attana's standards meet ISO requirements.

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