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Nucleic Acid Extraction System From Systaaq Diagnostic CE Marked

NEW YORK – Systaaq Diagnostic Products announced today that its automated nucleic acid extraction system, SuperExtract 32, and viral nucleic acid extraction kit for in vitro diagnostic use have been CE-IVD marked.

The product is now available for use by hospitals and health systems that recognize the designation.

The Manassas, Virginia-based company, which develops molecular diagnostic assays for the life science and diagnostics markets, said that SuperExtract 32 with the SuperExtract Viral Mag NA Purification kit provides high-quality purification of hepatitis and HIV viral nucleic acid from plasma and serum for viral detection and quantification. 

It added that its HBV and HCV tests recently also received CE marking, and the products will be launched soon in Europe, Asia, and South America.  

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