NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – HandyLab said this week that Qiagen has licensed the firm's extraction technology for use in the sample preparation part of its human papillomavirus assays.

Ann Arbor, Mich.-based HandyLab said its extraction technology would be used with the HPV molecular diagnostic tests on Qiagen's QIAensemble and QIAsymphony random access platforms. Financial and other terms of the license were not disclosed.

HandyLab is a privately-held molecular diagnostics company developing products for the decentralization of nucleic acid testing.

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