Idaho Tech Wins US Army Contract to Develop Flu Tests on Portable PCR Platform | GenomeWeb

Idaho Technology has been awarded a contract for an undisclosed amount by the US Army Space and Missile Defense Command to develop tests for multiple flu strains on its Joint Biological Agent Identification and Diagnostic System, the company said today.

Idaho Tech said that the JBAIDS system and newly developed tests will be used to test military personnel and their families for influenza A and B, and subtypes of A.

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