In Brief This Week: Promega; Sigma-Aldrich; HistoRx; Med fusion | GenomeWeb

By a GenomeWeb staff reporter

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Promega this week said that its Maxwell 16 IVD System has been CE Marked in Europe. The CE Mark applies to the Maxwell 16 Blood DNA Purification System and the Maxwell 16 Viral Total Nucleic Acid Purification System. Promega said that the system supports clinical labs performing diagnostic tests in molecular pathology, transplant HLA, and infectious disease.

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