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NEW YORK — Sysmex and Riken Innovation said on Thursday that they have partnered to develop new diagnostic technologies and businesses, with a focus on diseases for which there are no established diagnostic methods.

Riken Innovation, a corporate subsidiary of Japanese research institute Riken, will provide its cross-disciplinary research results to the collaboration, while Sysmex will contribute its diagnostic research and development expertise. Technologies and businesses resulting from the alliance are expected to be rolled out globally, the companies said.

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