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The company's cartridge for pneumonia for the Unyvero system is under review and pending approval by Chinese regulators.
The clinical next-generation sequencing instrument is Illumina's second to receive approval from China's National Medical Products Administration.
The firm beat the consensus Wall Street estimate on the top line but fell short of the estimate on the bottom line.
The companies collaborated in Wuhan during the COVID-19 outbreak, using Darui's pathogenic microorganism detection kits on Genetron's next-generation sequencer.
The company said the kit can provide results within 90 minutes, with sensitivity and specificity of detection reaching the level of traditional PCR methods.
The kit, which is CE marked, is designed to detect the virus' ORF1ab, N, and E genes, and can process 96 samples within two hours.
The high-throughput S2000 sequencer is the second instrument Genetron Health has received NMPA approval for, following the S5 benchtop instrument last year.
The firm said that its Verigene II multiplex system is on track to launch in mid-2020 among a number of new products scheduled for release this year.
The firm submitted its Verigene II Gastrointestinal Flex Assay to the FDA in Q4 and expects to submit Verigene II Respiratory Flex Assay to the agency in Q1 2020.
The DNBSEQ-T7 ultra-high-throughput sequencer, metagenomic sequencing kit for coronaviruses, and 2019-nCoV RT-qPCR kit have received authorization from China's NMPA.