Lab 21 Expands into China

Female researcher looking into a microscope and writing notes atLab 21, the Cambridge-based laboratory testing company, has expanded into the Chinese market with its syphilis screener.

Speaking of the development, Graham Mullis, Chief Executive of Lab 21 stated, “The Chinese in-vitro diagnostic market has a value in the region of $1.5bn and is the world’s seventh largest, expanding at 15% annually.

“Ours is already the leading syphilis assay in a number of key blood screening markets and we are delighted to make it available in another key region.”

The company have indicated that this is a sign of things to come and they will be registering a number of its diagnostic and blood-banking products over the next 18 months in China.

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