By a GenomeWeb staff reporter

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) - Miraculins said today that Alere has secured a second exclusive option period on Miraculins' preeclampsia technology and will provide Miraculins a non-refundable fee. Under the terms of the original agreement signed two years ago, Alere is working towards the goal of commercializing Miraculins' preeclampsia technology for worldwide distribution.

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