Pune-Based Mylab Acquires Majority Stake In Point-Of-Care Start-up Sanskritech
Mylab will acquire a majority stake in POC test system developers Sanskritech, Health News and ETHealthWorld
Pune-based Mylab acquires majority stake in point-of-care startup Sanskritech
Mylab buys majority stake in POC testing system developers Sanskritech
Mylab acquires majority stake in PoC start-up Sanskritech
Mylab acquires majority stake in start-up Sanskritech
Mylab acquires majority stake in POC testing system developers Sanskritech
Mylab acquires majority stake in Sanskritech
Adar Poonawalla-backed Mylab acquires point-of-care testing provider Sanskritech
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