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NEW YORK – In vitro diagnostic company Todos Medical said Tuesday it has inked a non-exclusive agreement for distribution in the US and Israel of 3D Medicines' 3DMed 2019-nCoV Detection Kit, 3DMed 2019-nCoV & Flu A/B Detection Kit, and Andis350 3DMed Automated Solution real-time PCR machine.

The testing products, developed by China-based 3D Medicines, have received CE marking and approval from the Chinese National Medical Products Administration, according to Rehovot, Israel-based Todos.

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