NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) — Finland's Mobidiag announced today that its qualitative qPCR-based Clostridium difficile infection (CDI) test has received CE-IVD marking and is now available throughout Europe.

Called Amplidiag C. difficile+27, the test is able to detect CDI in stool samples by identifying the toxin B gene (tcdB), as well as differentiate the hypervirulence-associated 027 ribotype, in a single reaction.

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