LONDON - Shares in microbial risk management group Celsis International Plc rose after it agreed a $10 million five-year global distribution deal with U.S. medical supplies group Becton Dickinson and Co.
Celsis, which makes microbial contaminant detectors for the food and drinks industry, saw its stock rise 2p to 100-1/2p in a generally lower market.
One of Celsis' instruments detects the E. coli microbe, which can cause deadly food poisoning, in meat.
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