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Under the deal, Sony DADC BioSciences will manufacture microfluidic assay cartridges for MyCartis' Evaluation system at its Salzburg, Austria facility.

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Microfluidic spectrophotometry company Trinean today announced a deal with Sony DADC to produce microfluidic disposables that can be used for storage and micro-cuvette analysis of droplet-sized biological samples.

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.

Austrian molecular diagnostics firm Anagnostics said this week that it is now using Scienion's SciFlexarrayer to produce its cylindrical Hybcell arrays.

Quanterix is now "shifting from an R&D phase to a commercial phase" as it prepares to launch its Simoa platform next year.

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Bio-Rad Laboratories disclosed in its 10-Q filed this week that during the first quarter it acquired certain assets from a current raw material supplier for around $12.5 million.

Sony DADC Biosciences, a business unit of Sony DADC that manufactures polymer-based consumables for in vitro diagnostic and biomedical research tool companies, this month opened its first US office in Cambridge, Mass.

By a GenomeWeb staff reporter
NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Shimadzu and Sony DADC have extended a collaboration to develop application-specific, individually barcoded, disposable MALDI targets for regulated and non-regulated markets.

By a GenomeWeb staff reporter
NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Sony DADC and Axela today announced they are partnering to develop and manufacture smart consumables for Axela's dotLab mX detection system.


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A startup wants to match customers to wine based on their DNA and one critic calls the idea 'silly,' Stat News reports.

Researchers trace the origins of brown rats using genetic analysis to China, the New York Times reports.

In Nature this week: genetic history of HIV in the US, and more.