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BD Diagnostics this week announced the US launch of its BD Max platform for use as an open system.

The BD Max Open is a six-color version of the company's BD Max system, a fully automated, bench-top molecular system that performs cell lysis, nucleic acid extraction, and PCR set-up, amplification and detection.

The system is designed to perform a broad range of molecular tests – including in vitro diagnostic assays and laboratory-developed tests – as well as user-defined protocols and life science research applications.

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