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PrimeSyn Lab Registers with FDA to Sell DNA Probes as ASRs

NEW YORK, Oct. 24 (GenomeWeb News) PrimeSyn Lab has registered with the US Food and Drug Administration to sell its DNA-based products as analyte-specific reagents, the company said in a statement dated Oct. 12.


PrimeSyn said in the statement that it is registered as a medical device manufacturer for custom DNA probes and primers used as analyte specific reagent products for in vitro diagnostic manufacturers.


The company can provide the ASRs to manufacturers without applying for any other approvals from the FDA, PrimeSyn told GenomeWeb News.

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