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Researchers at the Norwegian Radium Hospital develop new instrument for real-time detection. John Erik Stacy, Norwegian American Weekly, May 21 2010 The Biomolex 700 is an "imager" developed by researchers at the Norwegian Radium Hospital and now in use at leading labs around the world. Håvard Hauge, managing director of the Biomolex company, sees a clear potential for this instrument at university labs doing molecular biology and also at hospital and public health labs doing advanced diagnostic procedures. There is a proven market for instruments of this type, but Hauge emphasizes many ways in which the Biomolex 700 is superior to the competition. "One big advantage of th
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