NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Regulators in the US and Canada have cleared One Lambda's companion software to molecular typing and antibody screening products, the Thermo Fisher Scientific business said late Wednesday.

The US Food and Drug Administration cleared the HLA Fusion Software version 3.0, while Canada's Ministry of Health has also granted the software a Health Canada License.

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