InBios to help Army detect infectious diseases under $9.6M contract

InBios International has won a $9.6 million contract to help the Army detect infectious diseases and biological warfare.

Under the contract, the small business will develop multiple immunochromatographic tests for the rapid diagnosis and detection of infectious diseases and biological warfare agents of military significance. 

Work is slated to wrap up in November 2020.

Three companies bid on this contract in total, the Defense Department said in a release.

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