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AutoGenomics Gets ISO Certification

By a GenomeWeb staff reporter

NEW YORK (Genomeweb News) – Molecular diagnostics firm AutoGenomics today said that it has received ISO 13485 certification, which covers quality management systems.

The Carlsbad, Calif.-based firm said that TÜV SÜD America was the certification body.

"This significant milestone comes as AutoGenomics looks to expand its increasing role in the international market and embrace global standards of manufacturing and quality assurance," AutoGenomics President and CEO Fareed Kureshy said in a statement. "With already 13 CE marked products now being sold in 15 countries, the ISO certification reinforces our credentials as a global leader in the molecular diagnostics marketplace."

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