TGI will build on transplant diagnostics patent rights co-owned by Northwestern University and the Scripps Research Institute to develop and commercialize genomics-based tests to improve organ transplant outcomes.
With recent action by the New York State Department of Health, CombiMatrix now markets two SNP-based genetic analysis tests in New York.
Greiner Bio-One will be giving away a number of prizes at its booth during next week’s AACC conference, including a Microsoft Surface tablet.
At the business unit’s first outing at AACC, Beckman Coulter Life Sciences will promote its contract manufacturing services, producing antibody cocktails tailored to client specifications.
In conjunction with the upcoming AACC meeting in Chicago, Bio-Rad Laboratories and Sysmex America will host a presentation focusing on how laboratories can implement automation to yield high-quality A1c results.
Copan’s eSwab preserves aerobic, anaerobic, and fastidious bacteria for up to 48 hours at refrigeration and room temperature.
Some of the key technologies on display at the Sysmex’s AACC booth will include the XN-series automated hematology system and the RU-20 concentrated reagent delivery system.
During the business unit’s first outing at AACC, Beckman Coulter Life Sciences will showcase unique technologies.
At AACC, the Sysmex booth will host speakers on a variety of educational topics, including the role of virtual microscopy in the hematology lab and how to reduce lab test utilization in a large health system.
During AACC 2014, Roche Diagnostics will offer two onsite workshops taking place in the AACC exhibit hall during conference hours.