Life Technologies to Market Gen-Probe's Aneuploidy Kits | GenomeWeb

By a GenomeWeb staff reporter

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Life Technologies will commercialize Gen-Probe's Elucigene QST*R aneuploidy test kits under the Applied Biosystems name in certain markets around the world, the firm announced over the weekend.

Life Technologies will sell the test kits in Eastern Europe, Asia, Africa, Australia, Latin America, and Canada, under the agreement. However, the kits will not be available for sale in the US.

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