NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – PathoGenetix today said that Marshfield Food Safety will evaluate and provide feedback on PathoGenetix's Resolution Microbial Genotyping System.

The system uses PathoGenetix's Genome Sequence Scanning technology to identify molecular serotype and strain type information on foodborne pathogens. It analyzes microbial DNA directly from enriched food samples and can type target bacteria in just five hours, even when multiple serovars are present, the Woburn, Mass.-based firm said.

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