NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – A kit for detection of dengue virus manufactured by California-based Globavir Biosciences has been approved by the ministry of health and welfare in India, and the company has partnered with Suyog Diagnostics to distribute the test there.

Globavir said its test, called the PanGlob Dengue rRT-PCR kit, has higher sensitivity than other commercially available tests, allowing for detection of the virus up to five days after initial infection, when viral load is substantially decreased. 

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