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NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – BioMérieux is recalling two extraction reagents used in molecular assays due to quality problems, the US Food and Drug Administration said on Friday.

The products covered by the recall are the NucliSens easyMag Magnetic Silica and NucliSens Magnetic Extraction Reagents. The recall of the NucliSens easyMag product is the continuation of a previous recall by BioMérieux during the summer. The firm is recalling the NucliSens Magnetic Extraction Reagents after it determined the product to be in the scope of the previous recall, the FDA said.

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