New Products: Veredus Laboratories' VereMERS Test; LabCorp's Luminex xTAG CYP2D6 Service | GenomeWeb

Veredus Laboratories recently introduced VereMERS, a lab-on-a-chip application capable of detecting from a sequence perspective the coronavirus that causes Middle East Respiratory Syndrome.

According to the Singaporean molecular diagnostics firm, VereMERS can identify the coronavirus that causes MERS using the company's automated platform, which integrates PCR and microarray technology. STMicroelectronics manufactures Veredus Labs' chips.

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