NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Axela Biosensors and Abnova of Taiwan today said they plan to co-develop reagents and biomarker panels to be used on Axela's dotLab system.
 
According to the companies, the dotLab system is a real-time protein-detection technology that can accelerate the analysis, validation, and commercialization of protein biomarkers.
 

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