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Armed Forces Institute of Pathology Adopts Third Wave's Invader Screen

MADISON, Wis. -- Third Wave Technologies Inc. today announced that the Armed Forces Institute of Pathology (AFIP) has selected the company's Invader analyte-specific reagents* (ASRs) exclusively for its cystic fibrosis (CF) genetic screening.

AFIP, the central reference laboratory for the A......

Full article >>> with the disease. A large percentage of individuals who carry CF gene mutations are unaware that they are carriers. The level of genetic testing for CF has increased dramatically since ACOG and ACMG issued their screening recommendations in 2001.......

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Source:wistechnology.com By WTN News 12/10/03


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