Dx Focus: IMDx Gets CE Mark for HSV-1/2 Assay on Abbott m2000 | GenomeWeb

IMDx said this week that it has received CE marking for its HSV-1/2 assay for use on the Abbott m2000 System.

The IMDx HSV-1/2 is designed to detect herpes simplex virus viral DNA and differentiate between HSV-1 and HSV-2 in male and female genital or oral lesions and cerebral spinal fluid.

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