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The companies will combine the Binx io diagnostic platform with Sherlock Bio's CRISPR technology to create an easy-to-use rapid test for the point of care.

The firm touts a new hybridization probe design, which it says will enable small, focused panels that reduce sequencing costs and assay time.

In a study published last month, Mammoth demonstrated the technology's sensitivity, specificity, and speed compared to PCR-based COVID-19 testing.

French startup SeqOne has adapted its sequencing data-analysis platform to support a new method for high-throughput processing of coronavirus tests in its home country.

Lexogen did not disclose the funding amount, but said it was one of €16 million ($17.4 million) in awards from the Austria Research Promotion Agency.

The deal is part of a wider collaboration between the companies to develop molecular diagnostic tests using their respective platforms.

Founded by former Inteliquet CEO Carla Balch, the firm is building on visualization technology to help physicians incorporate MDx testing into their practice. 

Qiagen will develop IVDs for use on Illumina's clinical sequencers and reported preliminary Q3 revenue growth of 3 percent at a constant exchange rate.

Seattle-based Adaptive will develop in vitro diagnostic test kits for distribution, which will run on Illumina's NextSeq 550 Dx system.

Startup BioLizard will develop the algorithm to help Novigenix migrate its immuno-transcriptiomic assay for early colorectal cancer detection to a new NGS-based platform.

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