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13th January 2021  Content supplied by: various sources as indicated

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New All-in-One Test for COVID-19/Flu/RSV

New All-in-One Test for COVID-19/Flu/RSV

TCA/GENETWORx has launched an RT-PCR test to detect COVID-19, RSV and Flu from just one sample. Patients or providers can be informed of the result faster via the Aura digital platform. 
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Nepal Uses CRISPR in COVID-19 Testing Strategy

Nepal Uses CRISPR in COVID-19 Testing Strategy

The Nepalese Government will begin using the CRISPR SARS-CoV-2 kit as part of its COVID-19 testing strategy after a generous donation from a non-profit organization established by the test kit manufacturer. 
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COVID-19 Test Manufacturer Confirms Test Detects Variants

COVID-19 Test Manufacturer Confirms Test Detects Variants

T2 Biosystems has announced its SARS-CoV-2 Panel can detect multiple variants of the virus, including those most recently identified in the United Kingdom, South Africa, and the U.S. The test returns results in two hours. 
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Perform Multiplex SARS-CoV-2 & Winter Virus Testing Using Saliva Specimen

Perform Multiplex SARS-CoV-2 & Winter Virus Testing Using Saliva Specimen

The Seegene Allplex™ multiplex assays for COVID-19 & winter viruses can now detect viral RNA directly from a saliva specimen. These new and improved Allplex tests are CE-marked and require no nucleic acid extraction step. 
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Panel of Recombinant Variants for COVID-19 Antigen Test Development & Validation 

Panel of Recombinant Variants for COVID-19 Antigen Test Development & Validation 

Sino Biological has developed a panel of recombinant RBD/Spike and nucleocapsid protein variants based on Brazil, South Africa and UK lineages. It is now critical to assess if antigen tests can detect these variants due to N-protein mutations. 
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Date Published: 13th January 2021



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