Saskatchewan Disease Control Lab to Use Fluidigm BioMark in Infectious Disease Testing | GenomeWeb

Fluidigm said today that the Saskatchewan Disease Control Laboratory operated by the province's Ministry of Health will use the Fluidigm BioMark HD system as a "cornerstone" technology in its laboratory in Regina.

The SDCL provides a variety of services to the public health institutions in the province, including testing and monitoring of environmental specimens, food-borne illnesses, communicable diseases, and influenza, as well as a neonatal screening program.

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