NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – Genedrive announced today that it has signed a distribution agreement with Arkray Healthcare for its Genedrive HCV ID kit and platform for use in India.

As part of the agreement, Genedrive will maintain responsibility for product development, quality management, and manufacturing, while Arkray will be in charge of sales, marketing, customer support, and distribution activities across India. The partners will work together to acquire the required regulatory approvals in India for the Genedrive HCV ID kit.

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