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HIV drug resistance genotyping assay

Summary Information: HIV drug resistance genotyping assay

HIV drug resistance genotyping assay: An HIV (human immunodeficiency virus) drug resistance genotyping assay is a laboratory method used to identify drug-resistant mutations and the type of virus from an infected individual, with the intention of facilitating treatment of the HIV infection or to track emergence of new HIV subtypes. Genotyping systems include a computer software program to analyze the sequence data.

Diseases Related To Medical Device: HIV drug resistance genotyping assay

These diseases are related to the medical device HIV drug resistance genotyping assay:

  • Human immunodeficiency virus infection

Other Names For HIV drug resistance genotyping assay

  • In vitro HIV drug resistance genotyping assay

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