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    Silicone-based plates launched for study of catheter infections 

    Fluxion Biosciences has launched a new BioFlux plate for studying infections caused by the long-term use of catheters. The new plates provide a convenient model for the study of bloodstream and urinary tract infections associated with catheters and can serve as a platform for the development of preventive approaches, the company said. The new silicone-based plates are available in both 24- and 48-well configurations, and are compatible with all BioFlux system configurations.

    For more information, visit www.fluxionbio.com.


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