Life Tech, Gen-Probe to Collaborate on FDA Clearance for Dx Assays on CE Sequencer | GenomeWeb

Life Technologies will help Gen-Probe obtain FDA clearance for transplant diagnostic and other assays that will run on its 3500 Dx Genetic Analyzer capillary electrophoresis sequencer, the company said last week.

Under the agreement, Gen-Probe will commercialize future diagnostic tests — based on DNA sequencing or DNA fragment analysis — that will run on Life Tech's 3500 Dx Genetic Analyzer.

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