Dynagen NicCheck-I nicotine urine test for professional use to retail at $4-$5.
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
DYNAGEN NICCHECK-I NICOTINE URINE TEST EXPECTED TO RETAIL AT $4-$5, making it the least expensive test for nicotine levels on the market. Dynagen said Jan. 14 that "currently used laboratory assays for the detection of nicotine can vary in cost between $7 and $40," adding that "the cost per test for NicCheck-I will be competitive to that of existing tests." NicCheck-I, which can be run in 15 minutes, is the first in vitro diagnostic for nicotine levels to be cleared by FDA for physicians' office use.
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