Mar 15, 2007 13:05 CET Cavidi has released a new version of its HIV viral load assay for resource-limited settings called ExaVir™ Load Version 3. The new test is designed to make viral load testing even more accessible to clinics that do not have access to extensive laboratory facilities.
Feb 26, 2007 13:00 CET The need for HIV viral load testing in resource-limited settings was emphasized by researchers from The University of Cape Town and YRG CARE in India at the 2007 Conference on Retroviruses and Opportunistic Infections (CROI). Their research showed the inadequacy of CD4 cell count as a marker of HIV progression and as a tool to combat drug resistance.
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