NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Sony DADC Austria and Singulex today announced a supply agreement for the design and manufacture of customized detection vessels by Sony DADC BioSciences for Singulex's Sgx Clarity System.

Currently under development, Sgx Clarity is an ultrasensitive in vitro diagnostic platform that uses Singulex's proprietary single molecule counting technology. The fully automated system is expected to be able to detect low abundance biomarkers at femtograms per milliliter levels, the companies said.

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