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NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – Applied Biocode intends to have a panel for identifying 18 different gastrointestinal pathogens on the clinical market by the end of the year.

CEO Winston Ho said that the Santa Fe Springs, California-based molecular diagnostics company will soon commence clinical trials for the assay, called the Gastrointestinal Pathogen Panel, which runs on its barcoded magnetic bead-based multiplex BioCode MDx 3000 system, at five sites in the US.

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