NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – Waters said today that it is manufacturing its Acquity UPLC I-Class IVD/Xevo TQ-S Micro IVD LC-MS/MS system as a US Food and Drug Administration Class I medical device and CE-IVDD marked device.

These designations mean the system can be sold in the US and Europe for use in laboratory-developed tests including, for instance, protein-based diagnostics.

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