NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Stratos Product Development said today it is partnering with nanoMR to develop an instrument to rapidly isolate multiple cell types and more rapidly detect pathogens.

The instrument will be built on nanoMR's Pathogen Capture System, and will allow clinicians to begin appropriate antibiotic treatment sooner, leading to better patient outcomes, Seattle-based Stratos said.

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