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Vaccine-derived poliovirus assay system

Summary Information: Vaccine-derived poliovirus assay system

Vaccine-derived poliovirus assay system: A vaccine-derived poliovirus assay system is a laboratory method used to identify the nucleic acid of different types of recombinant circulating vaccine-derived poliovirus (recombinant cVDPV) from people immunized with oral polio vaccine.

Diseases Related To Medical Device: Vaccine-derived poliovirus assay system

These diseases are related to the medical device Vaccine-derived poliovirus assay system:

  • Poliomyelitis
  • Acute flaccid paralysis (sudden onset of muscle weakness and tone without obvious cause)

Other Names For Vaccine-derived poliovirus assay system

  • Recombinant cVDPV assay system
  • Recombinant circulating vaccine-derived poliovirus assay system

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