In Brief: Biologix/Microbionics
This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet
Biologix/Microbionics: Companies will jointly develop medical diagnostic biosensors under an agreement announced Dec. 22. Financial terms were not disclosed. Biologix currently uses low-cost, disposable biosensors in its proprietary hand-held EPOC point-of-care blood and bodily fluid testing system. Microbionics holds a number of biosensor patents...
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