IVD


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IVD

A gene on chromosome 15q14-q15 that encodes isovaleryl-CoA dehydrogenase, a mitochondrial matrix enzyme that catalyses the third step in leucine catabolism.

Molecular pathology
Defects in IVD leads to a toxic accumulation of isovaleric acid in the brain or isovaleric acidaemia.

diagnostic

Pert. to a diagnosis.

in vitro diagnostic

Abbreviation: IVD
1. Any device, reagent, material, or system designed for use in the laboratory diagnosis of disease or health status. The term also refers to a general category of entities that are highly and specifically regulated by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration and other regulatory bodies.
2. The laboratory analysis of body substances (e.g., blood, saliva, stool, or urine) for specific analytes indicative of disease.

in vitro diagnostic

Abbreviation: IVD
1. Any device, reagent, material, or system designed for use in the laboratory diagnosis of disease or health status. The term also refers to a general category of entities that are highly and specifically regulated by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration and other regulatory bodies.
2. The laboratory analysis of body substances (e.g., blood, saliva, stool, or urine) for specific analytes indicative of disease.
See also: diagnostic
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Producing an engineered IVD capable of integrating with native structures robustly would advance the idea of tissue-engineered IVD to clinical application.
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IVD provides an opportunity for volunteerism, both for organizations and individuals to promote the cause of development at local, national and international levels.
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pr@freedoniagroup.com US IN VITRO DIAGNOSTIC PRODUCT DEMAND (million dollars) Annual Growth Item 2006 2011 2016 2006- 2011- 2011 2016 IVD Product Demand 13560 18410 24740 6.3 6.1 Reagents & Consumables 11280 15470 20940 6.5 6.2 Instruments & Systems 2280 2940 3800 5.2 5.3
UK medical diagnostic products specialist Omega Diagnostics (LON:ODX) said on Wednesday it had struck a deal to buy the IVD business of German allergy testing firm Allergopharma Joachim Ganzer for EUR6m (USD8.1m) in cash.
These DM and OM values were then used to estimate in vitro DM (IVD) and OM (IVOMD) degradability of each treatment combination by using the following equation where A is either DM or OM: