NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) — The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention will pay $1 million to buy eight of Advion BioSystems’ mass spectrometry-based TriVersa NanoMate units, the firm said today.
 
The systems will be used at Level One state testing sites in the Laboratory Resource Network, the CDC’s national chemical terrorism program.
 

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