NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – LexaGene announced today that it has partnered with Ethos Veterinary Health to test canine urine samples on LexaGene's LX6 prototype pathogen detection instrument.

Veterinarians at Ethos will send LexaGene clinically annotated urine samples for processing and pathogen detection on the LX6. The samples have been previously characterized using conventional technologies such as MALDI-TOF mass spectrometry at LexaGene's reference laboratory, the firm added.

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