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NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – Spanish molecular diagnostics firm Stat-Dx today said that it has secured a €20 million ($22.4 million) loan facility from the European Investment Bank for the development of diagnostic tools to identify infectious pathogens.

The loan will be drawn in two tranches over a three-year period with full repayment on the maturity date five years ahead. The funds will go toward the cofinancing of a three-year project "aimed at enabling faster and more accurate diagnostics that will replace current complex protocols to obtain analytical results," Stat-Dx said.

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