DNA Logix, Co-Diagnostics Seek to Market New PCR Tech via HBDC Initiative, Commercial Partners | GenomeWeb

Over the last six months, nucleic acid testing firm DNA Logix and its molecular diagnostics spinoff Co-Diagnostics have made a flurry of business deals in an attempt to move a new, highly specific PCR technology from the bench to the market.

First, in April, the companies announced that Co-Diagnostics would acquire from DNA Logix the PCR technology for genetic analysis in the clinical, industrial, and biodefense markets.

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