SeraCare's AccuPlex Zika Reference Material

SeraCare Life Sciences has launched AccuPlex Zika Reference Material, which is designed to fast track the development and validation of PCR-based Zika virus assays. The reference material is a recombinant virus product and it contains the entire RNA genome of the ZIKV 2007 strain in four separate overlapping virus constructs. The AccuPlex recombinant viruses are stable at room temperature for at least 20 months and at 4° C for at least two years.    

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