NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – National Jewish Health announced today that it will collaborate with Roche Diagnostics on molecular diagnostics products for environmental testing of allergens.
 
The initial collaboration is intended to introduce a consumer product called Family Air Care that will test indoor air quality and measure indoor allergens from pets, dust mites, and mold. The product is aimed at those with allergic rhinitis and asthma — conditions that can be exacerbated by such allergens.
 

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