Australia introduces nucleic-acid testing of donor blood
This article was originally published in Clinica
Australia is to tighten up its monitoring of HIV and hepatitis C in its blood banks with the use of nucleic acid-based tests (NAT). It joins countries such as the US and Germany, which have already implemented the new testing method in their national blood screening procedures.
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