MEDICAL

GT Molecular, Rapidly Expanding Molecular Diagnostics Biotech, Launches Two Highly Sensitive Tests for the Dangerous UK Variant of SARS-CoV-2

GT Molecular | January 13, 2021

GT Molecular, a quickly extending sub-atomic diagnostics biotech, has dispatched two profoundly delicate tests for the risky UK Variant of SARS-CoV-2 (B.1.1.7). These tale examines expand upon GT Molecular's clinical foundation and technology for profoundly exact and solid qPCR and advanced PCR recognition of SARS-CoV-2 virus and are offered in two formats.

The fee-for-service testing of wastewater for the presence of SARS-CoV-2 and the variations available for use furnishes networks with a quick, exceptionally savvy technique to comprehend the measure of viral transmission inside a local area. Everybody inside a local area gives an example as a flush to the wastewater treatment office and a solitary wastewater test can cover a large number of individuals for a simple portion of what a clinical test for an individual expenses. Moreover, the presence of the infection in wastewater can go before nearby flare-ups locally by as long as seven days, giving wellbeing authorities time to prepare and increase testing.

By applying this technique for local area wastewater checking to the recently coursing UK variation, GT Molecular is the first to go above and beyond and really "genotype the sewer".

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WhiteLab Genomics and the Accelerator for Technological Research in Genomic Therapies Collaborate on AI for Gene Therapy Bioproduction

WhiteLab Genomics | June 01, 2021

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Aesthetics Biomedical® Announces Collaboration with U.S. Dermatology Partners Offering Consumers Luxury Experiential Aesthetic Treatments

Aesthetics Biomedical® Inc. | October 07, 2021

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