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NEW YORK ─ NeuMoDx Molecular said on Monday that it has received the CE mark for a molecular diagnostic test for high-risk types of human papillomavirus, one of the main causes of cervical cancer.

The Ann Arbor, Michigan-based molecular diagnostics firm developed its NeuMoDx HPV Assay in collaboration with Amsterdam, the Netherlands-based Self-screen.

NeuMoDx HPV is a fully automated real-time PCR assay for the qualitative detection of high-risk types of HPV DNA in cervical specimens, which runs on the NeuMoDx 96 and NeuMoDx 288 molecular systems.

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