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Our xTAG® and MultiCode®-RTx Technologies serve a wide range of clinical applications, including infectious disease testing, providing exceptional sensitivity and specificity, unmatched throughput flexibility, and increased assay speed.

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Our xMAP® Technology and its flexible, open-architecture design is used in a wide variety of applications, from academic and clinical research to biodefense and clinical diagnostics.


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Webinar: Multiplex Serological Assay Developed to Identify Avian Influenza Subtypes

Rapid detection could help prevent transmission and reduce flock losses

In this 20-minute video presentation, veterinarian Evelien Germeraad reports on the development and validation of that assay. Wageningen Bioveterinary Research, part of Wageningen University & Research, is a national reference lab for infectious animal diseases, receiving samples for testing from all over the country. The lab tests cattle, poultry, goats, and other types of animals for illnesses ranging from rabies and tularemia to psittacosis and foot-and-mouth disease.

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VERIGENE® Respiratory Pathogens Flex Test

 
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VERIGENE® Respiratory Pathogens Flex Test (RP Flex)
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The VERIGENE® Respiratory Pathogens Flex Test (RP Flex) is an automated, multiplexed, flexible nucleic acid test for the identification of the viruses and bacteria that most commonly cause respiratory infections.

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