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NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – System Biosciences said today that Qiagen has signed a non-exclusive, worldwide license for SBI's ExoQuick exosome isolation technology for research use.

Qiagen intends to use the technology in its precipitation-based miRcury Exosome Kits, complementing its spin column-based exoEasy and exoRNeasy products.

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