NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – University Hospital Case Medical Center today said it has reached a deal with Arup Laboratories to offer a sequencing-based HIV diagnostic test.

The test, called Deepgen-HIV, was developed by Miguel Quinones-Mateu, scientific director at the UH lab and an assistant professor in the department of pathology at Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine. Under the terms of the deal, Arup will include the test in its offerings and market it nationally. The UH Translational Laboratory in Cleveland will perform the test.

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