In Brief This Week: BioView, Abbott; Atossa Genetics; BC Salmon Farmers Association, Genome BC; Centrillion Biosciences; More | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – BioView has entered into a worldwide agreement with Abbott to distribute BioView's Duet FISH workstations, an automated platform for scanning analysis and review of FISH slides for clinical applications. Abbott will have exclusive distribution rights to BioView's products in all regions except the US and Canada, where Abbott will have non-exclusive rights.

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