NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – Biotech firm MeMed today announced it has been awarded a $9.2 million contract to complete the development of its point-of-care platform for distinguishing bacterial from viral infections.

The grant is from the Defense Threat Reduction Agency, a branch of the US Department of Defense. In collaboration with researchers and clinicians, the firm has spent the past eight years studying changes in the human immune system when it fights infections, in order to develop a human immune signature that recognizes the difference between bacterial and viral infections.

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