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Biotest Diagnostics Receives FDA Clearance for Full Line of Traditional Blood Bank Reagents
Date:8/18/2008

Cell products include three configurations for antibody screening, two antibody identification panels, Coombs control cells and reverse ABO products. Rare typing reagents will include anti-C, anti-E, anti-c, anti-e, anti-Lea, anti-K, anti-k, anti-Fya, anti-Jka, anti-Jkb, anti-M, anti-N, anti-S, anti-s and anti-P1. All antisera are monoclonal and many of the clones have never been previously available in the U.S. Biotest's reagents are recognized for their high levels of sensitivity and specificity and are competitively priced.

Supporting its reagents and the TANGO|optimo, which features a newly expanded test menu that recently received FDA clearance, Biotest provides a 24/7 tech support hotline to ensure that its customers receive fast and knowledgeable answers to their questions. Biotest's specially trained blood bank field staff -- comprised of medical technologists with donor center and hospital transfusion service experience, and field service engineers with years of diagnostic industry experience -- are on call and available to support implementation that is customized to meet the individual facility's needs and provide fast and effective on-site troubleshooting.

About Biotest

Biotest AG along with its U.S. subsidiary, Biotest Diagnostics Corporation located in Rockaway, N.J., are expecting to strengthen their leadership position in the transfusion diagnostic market with the U.S. introduction of a complete line of traditional and automated serology products for use in blood banks and transfusion services. Biotest AG is a global healthcare company focused on test systems for transfusion and transplant diagnostics as well as clinical immunoglobulin preparations, blood coagulation factors, and environment monitoring. Biotest AG introduced the first test serum for Anti-D -- used to determine the Rh factor -- in 1948 and today is represented in 130 countries with products sold worldwide. For more information about Biotest's blood typing and tes
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