NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – Belgian startup UgenTec announced today that it has received CE-IVD marking for its first product, software for the analysis and interpretation of real-time PCR data.

Called FastFinder, the software platform uses artificial intelligence to automate the interpretation of PCR results from different instruments and assays, translating raw PCR-data into a list of clearly defined true positives and true negatives. The software is now available to molecular labs as well as diagnostics manufacturers.

The firm has also received ISO 13485 certification.

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