In Brief This Week: Roche Diagnostics; Nuclea Diagnostic Laboratories; Warnex; BioDiscovery; Genedata; GenomeQuest; Deltagen | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Roche Diagnostics this week said that it has opened a West Coast training center in Pleasanton, Calif. The new center is housed at a facility owned by Roche Molecular Systems, and will provide customers with training on the firms molecular diagnostics and clinical chemistry/immunochemistry instruments. The firm said it plans to open a similar facility on the in New Jersey next year.

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