French tighten up human tissue testing
This article was originally published in Clinica
Human materials intended for transplant in France must pass an HIV p24 antigen test, the French Ministry responsible for health has ruled. This is in addition to testing for anti-HIV 1/2 antibodies by two different techniques or reagents, including at least one combined EIA. Testing for hepatitis C is also required by two different techniques or reagents.
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