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NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – Sigma-Aldrich today said that two of its St. Louis facilities have received ISO 13485 certification for expanded quality assurance capabilities. 

The certification extends the firm's ability to manufacture and offer raw materials including proteins, enzymes, and antibodies used in diagnostic assays, Sigma-Aldrich said. With the certification, its in vitro diagnostic customers can also be assured that their supply chain needs will be met, the firm said. 

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