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SEP 14, 2016 7:30 AM PDT

Alere i Molecular Platform Demonstration Video


Abstract
Alere™ i utilizes unique isothermal nucleic acid amplification technology which does not require temperature cycling or a sample purification step. It is significantly faster than other molecular methods and more accurate than conventional rapid testing giving you the confidence to make effective patient management decisions sooner.
 

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