NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – Analytik Jena has received CE-IVD mark for a molecular diagnostic test for hepatitis delta virus, or HDV, the Jena, Germany-based company announced today.

Called the RoboGene HDV RNA Quantification Kit 2.0, the real-time qPCR-based detection and quantification assay adds to a range of molecular diagnostic products for hepatitis B and C viruses offered by the company, and will be the first commercial molecular assay for HDV on the market, Analytik Jena said.

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