NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – The China Food and Drug Administration has approved Agilent Technologies' SureScan Dx microarray scanner for in vitro diagnostic use, the company announced today. 

The scanner is also CE marked for in vitro diagnostic use in Europe and approved for in vitro diagnostic use in South Korea and Singapore. It measures fluorescence signals from labeled DNA and RNA targets hybridized to microarrays, for example, to compare DNA samples, Agilent said. 

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