Kobe’s Sysmex To Launch Avian Flu Test Kits For Birds
This article was originally published in PharmAsia News
Kobe-based Sysmex announced Dec. 15 the launch of a diagnostic kit for avian influenza among chickens in January 2009. Compared to current testing methods that take several days, the product takes only 15 minutes to detect the bird flu virus. The kit is priced at ¥14,000 for 10 test uses. Sysmex did not disclose sales goals for the product. (Click here for more - Japanese language
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