Hycor begins shipping nine Hy-Tec autoimmune tests in Europe.
This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet
HYCOR 510(K) FOR LOWER-COST HY-TEC II automated allergy/autoimmune test analyzer slated for submission to FDA by the end of the year, the company says. The analyzer is based on Hycor's current high-volume Hy-Tec analyzer but will be less expensive, making it appropriate for medium and small volume clinical labs, the company says.
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