This year’s scientific meeting will offer five plenary sessions, to take place daily from Sunday, July 31, to Thursday, August 4.
Biovica has raised SEK 30 million in an oversubscribed issue of new shares.
The diagnostic test from Hologic is now available for use on
the fully automated Panther system.
The kits are designed to document calibration verification and linearity of fertility testing systems.
The assay is designed for use as an open-channel reagent for urine drug screening.
The mix enables measurement of the JUN dye or a similar emission wavelength dye in the channel typically used to measure ROX dye.
The US National Tuberculosis Controllers Association and the Association of Public Health Laboratories have recommended the use of the Xpert MTB/RIF test to support decisionmaking on using airborne infection isolation in healthcare settings.
The American Association for Clinical Chemistry’s Annual Scientific Meeting and Clinical Lab Expo offers an important opportunity for introducing breakthrough innovations in clinical testing and patient care to healthcare professionals.
Image analysis and tissue pathology software from PathXL is expected to complement Philips’ digital pathology offerings.
Visit CLP’s AACC 2016 Blog regularly for news and updates about the annual meeting, held this year in Philadelphia.
The collaboration aims to address unmet needs to guide clinical decisions in breast cancer.
The fluorescence in situ hybridization kit delivers bright, specific signals with minimal background.
The multiconstituent control offers increased efficiency and confidence in test results.
The test combines the power of quantitative proteomics with genomics and transcriptomics to understand the “molecular fingerprint” of a cancer patient’s tumor.
The enhanced molecular diagnostic analyzer is designed for faster test times and increased throughput.
The 84-gene panel is designed to identify patients with a genetic signature for inherited premature coronary or atherosclerotic disease, such as familial hypercholesterolemia, as well as mature onset diabetes of the young.
Based on recombinant virus technology, the new reference material provides a safe, non-replicative, and fully extractable positive material.
This month's Product Spotlight features molecular diagnostics technologies from such companies as Bio-Rad Laboratories, BioFire Diagnostics, Randox Laboratories, and Vela Diagnostics.
Two real-world studies have confirmed the value of cotesting as the US standard of care.
This month's Tech Guide features immunoassay analyzers from companies such as Beckman Coulter, Grifols, and Siemens Healthineers.