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NEW YORK – Chromatography firm PharmaFluidics said Tuesday that it has been awarded a €613,000 ($686,250) grant from Flanders’ Innovation & Entrepreneurship Agency (VLAIO).

The two-year grant will support Ghent, Belgium-based PharmaFluidics' work in optimizing its liquid chromatography manufacturing process and in developing new chromatography products based on its µPAC technology.

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