Germany's Altona Diagnostics Opens Malaysian Outpost | GenomeWeb

Altona Diagnostics last week opened the doors of ADT Biotech, the company's new Asia-Pacific regional headquarters in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

Altona, based in Hamburg, Germany, develops and commercializes molecular diagnostic kits based on real-time PCR. The company offers CE IVD marked RealStar PCR kits for a variety of respiratory, enteric, blood-borne, and tropical viruses. All of the kits have been validated for use on a broad range of real-time PCR instruments. Altona also sells ExtraStar kits for DNA and RNA purification.

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