Gov t Hearing on Pathogen Detection Could Expand Market for Dx Shops | GenomeWeb

A US House of Representatives subcommittee this week met to discuss the government's approach to anthrax detection, including the examination of different methods used by various laboratories. The result of this meeting, which found considerable miscommunications and poor coordination among the major government agencies charged with pathogen detection, may prove favorable to companies such as Cepheid and CombiMatrix

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