FDA Gives Nod to Abbott's RT-PCR HIV-1 Viral Load Test | GenomeWeb
NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) - The US Food and Drug Administration has approved Abbott Laboratories' HIV-1 viral load prognostic test for use on its m2000 RT-PCR platform, Abbott and development partner Celera said on Friday.
 
The companies said the RealTime HIV-1 assay measures the levels of HIV circulating in a patient's bloodstream, including the three common HIV-1 groups and non-B subtypes. Abbott said the test is used for disease prognosis and to assess response to antiretroviral treatment.
 

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