OSUR - オラシュア・テクノロジ―ズ (OraSure Technologies Inc.)

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   There are 8 coronavirus tests you can use from home. Here's how they work and where to order one.  2020/06/26 14:46:03 Business Insider
There are 8 tests for the novel coronavirus that you can take at home. They work by collecting samples from the nose or mouth. Then, they're shipped to laboratories, where a process called "nucleic acid amplification" finds the virus' genetic material. The hope of at-home testing is to get tests in the hands of people who might otherwise struggle to find tests ; rural areas and ZIP codes with more people of color tend to have less testing sites per capita. They cost anywhere from $0 to $150, and some of the companies accept funds from health savings accounts. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories . Among the hundreds of tests out there for the novel coronavirus, just a handful have received emergency authorization from the US Food and Drug Administration to ship them to people's homes. With at-home tests, people self-collect their samples and ship them back to the testing company for analysis. Many of the companies have their own labs and tests, or partner with other groups to run the samples, according to the FDA and Business Insider's reporting.
   Greater Than AIDS, With Support From Walgreens and OraSure Technologies, to Provide 10,000 Free In-Home HIV Tests to Community Partners  2020/06/25 16:00:00 Business Wire
SAN FRANCISCO--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Greater Than AIDS will provide 10,000 free in-home HIV tests to community partners.
   Correction: Virus Outbreak-New Testing Option story  2020/05/12 20:07:55 ABC News
In a story May 11, 2020, about coronavirus testing, The Associated Press erroneously reported the value of a government contract awarded to OraSure Technologies to develop a new saliva-based test for the virus
   The difference between diagnostic, antibody, and antigen tests for the coronavirus  2020/05/06 22:30:13 Business Insider
Diagnostic or polymerase chain reaction (PCR) tests are currently being used to diagnose patients with COVID-19. Antibody tests allow for more accurate tracking of the spread of the coronavirus. People who test positive for coronavirus antibodies can also donate plasma. Antigen testing is not on the market yet, but Massachusetts-based E25Bio is among several companies seeking FDA approval for at-home test kits. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories . With new information released all the time, it can be difficult to keep track of how doctors are testing for the coronavirus. While identifying and treating infected patients is critical, some tests add to our greater understanding of the pandemic's size, impact, and direction. Here is a breakdown of the differences between diagnostic, antibody, and antigen testing. Diagnostic testing: the frontline defense A diagnostic or a polymerase chain reaction (PCR) test is used for someone suspected of being infected with the coronavirus, usually obtained through a nasal or throat swab.
   Global HIV Self Testing Market (2020 to 2025) - Featuring OraSure Technologies, Chembio Diagnostics & WAMA Diagnostica Among Others - ResearchAndMarkets.com  2020/04/28 12:56:00 Business Wire
DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--The "Global HIV Self Testing Market Outlook 2027" report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering. HIV self-testing kits are those rapid diagnostic products which is used to perform the testing of HIV in a private environment through the specimen collected from blood, oral fluid or urine of an individual. The results interpreted through these kits are highly accurate and can be compared to the diagnostics of laboratories. The global HIV self-testing market is
   There are 8 coronavirus tests you can use from home. Here's how they work and where to order one.  2020/06/26 14:46:03 Business Insider
There are 8 tests for the novel coronavirus that you can take at home. They work by collecting samples from the nose or mouth. Then, they're shipped to laboratories, where a process called "nucleic acid amplification" finds the virus' genetic material. The hope of at-home testing is to get tests in the hands of people who might otherwise struggle to find tests ; rural areas and ZIP codes with more people of color tend to have less testing sites per capita. They cost anywhere from $0 to $150, and some of the companies accept funds from health savings accounts. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories . Among the hundreds of tests out there for the novel coronavirus, just a handful have received emergency authorization from the US Food and Drug Administration to ship them to people's homes. With at-home tests, people self-collect their samples and ship them back to the testing company for analysis. Many of the companies have their own labs and tests, or partner with other groups to run the samples, according to the FDA and Business Insider's reporting.
   Greater Than AIDS, With Support From Walgreens and OraSure Technologies, to Provide 10,000 Free In-Home HIV Tests to Community Partners  2020/06/25 16:00:00 Business Wire
SAN FRANCISCO--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Greater Than AIDS will provide 10,000 free in-home HIV tests to community partners.
   Correction: Virus Outbreak-New Testing Option story  2020/05/12 20:07:55 ABC News
In a story May 11, 2020, about coronavirus testing, The Associated Press erroneously reported the value of a government contract awarded to OraSure Technologies to develop a new saliva-based test for the virus
   The difference between diagnostic, antibody, and antigen tests for the coronavirus  2020/05/06 22:30:13 Business Insider
Diagnostic or polymerase chain reaction (PCR) tests are currently being used to diagnose patients with COVID-19. Antibody tests allow for more accurate tracking of the spread of the coronavirus. People who test positive for coronavirus antibodies can also donate plasma. Antigen testing is not on the market yet, but Massachusetts-based E25Bio is among several companies seeking FDA approval for at-home test kits. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories . With new information released all the time, it can be difficult to keep track of how doctors are testing for the coronavirus. While identifying and treating infected patients is critical, some tests add to our greater understanding of the pandemic's size, impact, and direction. Here is a breakdown of the differences between diagnostic, antibody, and antigen testing. Diagnostic testing: the frontline defense A diagnostic or a polymerase chain reaction (PCR) test is used for someone suspected of being infected with the coronavirus, usually obtained through a nasal or throat swab.
   Global HIV Self Testing Market (2020 to 2025) - Featuring OraSure Technologies, Chembio Diagnostics & WAMA Diagnostica Among Others - ResearchAndMarkets.com  2020/04/28 12:56:00 Business Wire
DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--The "Global HIV Self Testing Market Outlook 2027" report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering. HIV self-testing kits are those rapid diagnostic products which is used to perform the testing of HIV in a private environment through the specimen collected from blood, oral fluid or urine of an individual. The results interpreted through these kits are highly accurate and can be compared to the diagnostics of laboratories. The global HIV self-testing market is
   There are 8 coronavirus tests you can use from home. Here's how they work and where to order one.  2020/06/26 14:46:03 Business Insider
There are 8 tests for the novel coronavirus that you can take at home. They work by collecting samples from the nose or mouth. Then, they're shipped to laboratories, where a process called "nucleic acid amplification" finds the virus' genetic material. The hope of at-home testing is to get tests in the hands of people who might otherwise struggle to find tests ; rural areas and ZIP codes with more people of color tend to have less testing sites per capita. They cost anywhere from $0 to $150, and some of the companies accept funds from health savings accounts. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories . Among the hundreds of tests out there for the novel coronavirus, just a handful have received emergency authorization from the US Food and Drug Administration to ship them to people's homes. With at-home tests, people self-collect their samples and ship them back to the testing company for analysis. Many of the companies have their own labs and tests, or partner with other groups to run the samples, according to the FDA and Business Insider's reporting.
   Greater Than AIDS, With Support From Walgreens and OraSure Technologies, to Provide 10,000 Free In-Home HIV Tests to Community Partners  2020/06/25 16:00:00 Business Wire
SAN FRANCISCO--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Greater Than AIDS will provide 10,000 free in-home HIV tests to community partners.
   Correction: Virus Outbreak-New Testing Option story  2020/05/12 20:07:55 ABC News
In a story May 11, 2020, about coronavirus testing, The Associated Press erroneously reported the value of a government contract awarded to OraSure Technologies to develop a new saliva-based test for the virus
   The difference between diagnostic, antibody, and antigen tests for the coronavirus  2020/05/06 22:30:13 Business Insider
Diagnostic or polymerase chain reaction (PCR) tests are currently being used to diagnose patients with COVID-19. Antibody tests allow for more accurate tracking of the spread of the coronavirus. People who test positive for coronavirus antibodies can also donate plasma. Antigen testing is not on the market yet, but Massachusetts-based E25Bio is among several companies seeking FDA approval for at-home test kits. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories . With new information released all the time, it can be difficult to keep track of how doctors are testing for the coronavirus. While identifying and treating infected patients is critical, some tests add to our greater understanding of the pandemic's size, impact, and direction. Here is a breakdown of the differences between diagnostic, antibody, and antigen testing. Diagnostic testing: the frontline defense A diagnostic or a polymerase chain reaction (PCR) test is used for someone suspected of being infected with the coronavirus, usually obtained through a nasal or throat swab.
   Global HIV Self Testing Market (2020 to 2025) - Featuring OraSure Technologies, Chembio Diagnostics & WAMA Diagnostica Among Others - ResearchAndMarkets.com  2020/04/28 12:56:00 Business Wire
DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--The "Global HIV Self Testing Market Outlook 2027" report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering. HIV self-testing kits are those rapid diagnostic products which is used to perform the testing of HIV in a private environment through the specimen collected from blood, oral fluid or urine of an individual. The results interpreted through these kits are highly accurate and can be compared to the diagnostics of laboratories. The global HIV self-testing market is

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