NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Asuragen today announced it has granted Becton Dickinson the rights to incorporate its Armored RNA technology into BD's in vitro molecular diagnostic products.

Asuragen will develop and supply reagents for BD Diagnostics in Asuragen's cGMP manufacturing facility under the terms of the deal. Other details of the non-exclusive worldwide agreement were not disclosed.

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