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Tata Sons partners SCTI to augment production of COVID-19 testing...

The kits will be based on RT-LAMP (Reverse Transcriptase Loop-Mediated Amplification) technology for COVID-19 detection which can produce results in significantly less time thereby increasing the throughput of labs in India.....................

CSIR-IIP to set up viral testing facility to fight COVID-19

The Indian Institute of Petroleum (IIP) is establishing an RT-PCR-based COVID-19 testing facility in its Dehradun campus..............................

Medall Diagnostics accorded approval for conducting COVID-19 tests

New, state-of-the-art central reference lab equipped to test close to 1000 samples per day, positioning Medall as among the largest COVID-19 testing providers in Chennai...............................

COVID-19: Neuberg diagnostics gets ICMR nod for Corona tests

As four Neuberg Labs have received approval for COVID-19 testing, the company offered free of cost COVID testing for deserving citizens with a BPL ration card and appropriate doctor prescriptions as CSR..................

Molecular diagnostics, molecular pathology, genomic medicine, what’s in the name?

Multiplexing technologies have enhanced our capability to interrogate single specimen for the presence of multiple pathogens/gene targets associated with various clinical syndromes, writes Dr BR Das, Advisor and Mentor - R&D and Molecular Pathology, SRL Diagnostics.......................

Voluntary blood donation, safety with NAT PCR testing key to patient...

On ‘World Blood Donor Day’, Roche Diagnostics India has issued a statement encouraging the use of NAT PCR tested blood to contain spread of transfusion-transmitted infections....................

New technology to detect chikungunya virus

The Indian researchers synthesized the Molybdenum disulphide nanosheets by chemical route and later subjected them to physical adsorption onto the screen printed gold electrodes for the detection of chikungunya virus DNA using electrochemical voltammetric techniques.............