By Justin Petrone

Veredus Laboratories has expanded into the food-testing market with the launch of a new panel detect between 10 and 12 food-borne pathogens simultaneously, the firm said.

Based on the Singaporean company's PCR and microarray platform, the product, called VereFoodborne,runs on Veredus' VereID lab-on-chip platform, which includes a temperature control system, optical reader, software, and chip bar code reader. The platform is manufactured by STMicroelectronics.

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