NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – German molecular diagnostics firm Curetis today announced that it has inked new distribution partnerships for its Unyvero system, a PCR-based technology for isolation and detection of bacteria and antibiotic resistance, in Italy and the Middle East.

According to the company, it will now distribute the system in Italy through Arrow Diagnostics, and in Qatar and the United Arab Emirates through Al Zahrawi Medical.

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