NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) –Germany's Scienion and Australia's Axxin today announced a collaboration on an instrument reader system for the analysis of multiplexed microarrays on lateral flow immunoassay strips.

The partnership brings together Scienion's picoliter dispensing technology and Axxin's capabilities in commercializing instruments for point-of-care diagnostics. The firms said that the first joint project will be to develop a colorimetric reader system for multiplexed lateral flow microarrays for POC and R&D applications.

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