NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – BioGenex and Abbott Molecular today announced that BioGenex will take over direct sales and support responsibility for the co-branded Xmatrx instruments, auto FISH reagents, and consumables.

The two firms had a "long and successful collaboration and partnership," said BioGenex, centered on BioGenex's Xmatrx platform, and in 2009 extended an assay deal to market the Xmatrx platform for the automation of Abbott's FISH product line.

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