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Contract awarded for Supply of Rapid Diagnostic Kits for Kala-Azar Bid Price at Opening: INR 14,940,000.
He added that its department will start new programme specially for ruler areas in which rapid diagnostic kits will be provide at free of cost.
Australia's Burnet Institute in collaboration with Rush University and Duke University have developed a rapid diagnostic kit based on the measurement of the total amount of cell-associated CD4 protein in whole blood samples such as a finger prick.
The NanoFL(TM) microfluorimeter combines the sophistication of a clinical fluorimeter with the price and size of a rapid diagnostic kit.
Under the agreement signed in June 1995, the technologies of the two companies are being combined to produce two point-of-care rapid diagnostic kits that can measure glycated proteins in diabetes sufferers and provide an accurate result/diagnosis within a normal 15 minute consultation in the doctor's surgery.
These three tests will significantly enhance the portfolio of rapid diagnostic kits we can offer to BioStar's primary-care customers," said Colin Maddix, president and chief executive officer of Thermo BioAnalysis.
Cortecs currently has several innovative drug delivery technologies and rapid diagnostic kits under development.
Worldwide Medical Corporation is a provider of rapid diagnostic kits in four medical disciplines: fertility (pregnancy and ovulation), infectious diseases, sexually transmitted diseases and drugs of abuse.