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NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – Epistem today announced the government of India has issued a three-year import license to the firm's Indian distribution partner, Xcelris Labs, for its molecular tuberculosis and antibiotic resistance test.

The test runs on Epistem's point-of-care Genedrive molecular diagnostics platform, described as a one-pound integrated, handheld, endpoint PCR system with a footprint similar to that of a laptop computer.

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