We are hapy to anounce that Biopromic, together with Volkan Ozenci from Karolinska Institute and Simon Atlin from Örebro Univeristy has been awarded a Medtech 4 health grant for development and evaluation of sample treatment platform for infectious disease immunoassaysIn this Project we aim to validate the SpeClean technology as a new standard treatment of […]
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