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NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Sony DADC and Axela today announced they are partnering to develop and manufacture smart consumables for Axela's dotLab mX detection system.

The platform combines diffractive optics technology and label-free sensing for the real-time detection of binding events and "full characterization of biomarkers through sequential probing," the companies said, adding that the resulting dynamic range and panel flexibility "is unachievable with any other commercially available product."

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