Updated CDC Guidance Expands PCR-Based Zika Testing for Pregnant Women | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention today issued updated interim guidelines concerning testing of pregnant women with possible exposure to the Zika virus. The guidelines now recommend that serum and urine from all pregnant women with Zika symptoms be tested using RT-qPCR assays up to two weeks after symptom onset.

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