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Reportlinker Adds Global Automated And Rapid Microbiological Tests Industry
Date:10/18/2010

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Siemens Healthcare Diagnostics Launches MicroScan® WalkAway®

plus Diagnostic Microbiology Systems 65

Bio-Rad Launches a Rapid test for Screening MRSA, MRSASelect™

test, in US 65

bioMerieux Introduces VIDAS®, an automated Clostridium

difficile A & B Toxins Detection Test 65

Oxoid Launches Remel Wellcolex® Colour Tests for Testing

Shigella, E. coli O157 and Salmonella 66

Siemens Healthcare Diagnostics Obtains Health Canada Approval

for its VERSANT 440 Molecular System 66

Oxoid Unveils Remel Xpect™ Clostridium Difficile Toxin A/B Test 66

Neogen Introduces Soleris System 66

ATCC Introduces Authenticult™ Quality Control Microbiological

Testing Tool 67

Bio-Rad Introduces New EBV Kits 67

Roche Seeks FDA Marketing Approval for Hepatitis C Virus Test 67

Roche Seeks US FDA Approval for its Cobas TaqScreen MPX Test 67

FDA Clears Usage of TIGRIS® System for Testing WNV in Donated

Blood 68

FDA Approves ImmunoCard STAT!® EHEC for Detecting E. coli

Infection 68

bioMerieux Introduces TEMPO® Quality Indicator Testing System 68

Biotrace Introduces Tecra Unique Campylobacter Rapid Test 68

bioMerieux Introduces TEMPO® EB test for Enterobacteriaceae 69

Roche Unveils Elecsys TORCH Assays 69

Roche Diagnostics Introduces Cobas TaqMan MTB Test in Japan 69

bioMerieux Develops Advanced Colorimetry™ NH Card 69

Roche Introduces Rapid LightCycler SeptiFast Sepsis Test

across EU 69

Oxoid Launches New Rapid Test for Salmonella Detection in Food

Products 70

Oxoid Unveils New Contact Plate Design 70

FDA Approves Fluconazole Susceptibility Tests from BioMerieux 70

Polysciences Unveils New Mic
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