Myriad RBM and Bio-Rad Laboratories said this week that they are partnering to develop and distribute immunoassay kits.

The deal gives Bio-Rad exclusive distribution rights, for research purposes, to Myriad RBM's catalog of quantitative multiplexed immunoassays to run on Bio-Rad's Bio-Plex 200, Bio-Plex 3D, and Bio-Plex MagPix instruments.

According to Sam LaBrie, vice president of corporate development at Myriad RBM, the agreement provides Myriad RBM with access to Bio-Rad's customer base – much of which Myriad RBM has not traditionally targeted.

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