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You can’t miss hearing all the talk about the ever wider stream of new diagnostic test systems that are coming to market. Progress in immunology and molecular biology as well as in instrument and automation technology have brought about faster, more reliable and often less costly detection techniques, many of which have established themselves in research, clinical medicine and the pharmaceutical and food industries.

Companies Diagnostics

BioTek Instruments GmbH, Germany

BioTek is a leading developer and supplier of high-value microplate instrumentation and software solutions. Our instrumentation is used to accelerate the drug discovery process, to advance discoveries in genomics and proteomics, and to aid in the advancement of life science research. As part of the more

Hamilton Germany GmbH, Germany

HAMILTON Robotics designs and manufactures fully automated robotic systems. The products range from unique, custom laboratory automation solutions (Turnkey Solutions) on standard applications validated through partnership programs with renowned biotechnology companies as well as OEM solutions to the more

UroQuant GmbH, Germany

Using protein biomarkers, UROQUANT will revolutionise diagnostics. The first product, UROQUANT BC for diagnosing bladder cancer directly from urine will be established as novel gold standard for routine cancer patient care. more

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Products Diagnostics

Extremely Fast And Robust NAT Directly from The Sample Material, No DNA Extraction Required

In only 15 min – extremely fast and robust NAT, directly from sample material without DNA extraction and highest specificity due to the complex LAMP primer design more

Personal Handheld Photometer with Small Footprint for On-The-Spot Analysis of Liquid Samples

Analyze your liquid sample anyplace, anywhere, anytime and within seconds more

News Diagnostics

  • Implantable cancer traps could provide earlier diagnosis

    Invasive procedures to biopsy tissue from cancer-tainted organs could be replaced by simply taking samples from a tiny "decoy" implanted just beneath the skin, University of Michigan researchers have demonstrated in mice. These devices have a knack for attracting cancer cells traveling through the b more

  • Wood on our Skin

    Physiological parameters in our blood can be determined without painful punctures. Empa researchers are currently working with a Canadian team to develop flexible, biocompatible nanocellulose sensors that can be attached to the skin. The 3D-printed analytic chips made of renewable raw materials will more

  • Inspired by nature: Scientists have developed a nanopore-microchip

    Medical professionals and environment analysts would like to have microchips that measure substances directly on site. Scientists at TU Darmstadt have developed and patented a system based on nanopores with broad potential. Anyone wishing to use laboratory readings for diagnosing a disorder or its p more

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Videos Diagnostics

Artificial "cells" that move like the real thing

Artificial “cells” like these could someday zoom around in the body and deliver medicine to specific locations, provide in-tissue diagnostics and act as provide viable replacements for whole cells and organs. To do this, they will need to be able to navigate the complex environments of our bodie ... more

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Modern Diagnostics

Modern Diagnostics Modern Diagnostics was written by Anil Aggrawal in 2001, in response to a tremendous demand in India for a book which could explain basic facts about some modern diagnostic methods, such as X-rays, CT scan, PET scan etc to t ... more

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