By a GenomeWeb staff reporter

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – PositiveID and its development partner Receptors today said they will be developing a product for the detection of Salmonella.

The product will be based on Receptors' Combinatorial Artificial Receptor Array, or CARA, technology, which PositiveID said could result in a faster, more efficient sample preparation process. The product may also be extended to other food-borne illnesses, such as E. coli, PositiveID said in a statement.

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