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Analytik Jena Science Award Honors Outstanding Scientific Articles


The first two Analytik Jena Science Awards are given to Dr. Carlos Abad of the Federal Institute of Materials Research and Testing (BAM), Berlin, and Natalie Rangno of the Institute of Wood Technology Dresden. With this award, Analytik Jena is honoring scientific articles in which Analytik Jena ...


Molzym Automated Pathogen Enrichment and PCR Test Gets CE Mark for In Vitro Diagnostics


Molzym announces CE IVD marking of their robotic microbial DNA isolation and direct PCR test, Micro-Dx™, for routine pathogen diagnosis. With Micro-Dx™ Molzym introduces its latest development of products in line with SepsiTest™-UMD which was released in 2008. “By Molzym’s proprietary robotic DNA ...


Innovative technology for the enrichment of free-circulating DNA


After a two year period of development Analytik Jena has launched an innovative technology to enrich and isolate free-circulating DNA. Free-circulating DNA occurs in plasma, serum, and urine, among other things, but only in small fragments and very low concentrations. In order to isolate them, ...


Rutgers receives $10 million in support of national efforts to track genetic causes of alcoholism


Rutgers University Cell and DNA Repository (RUCDR) has received a $10 million grant from the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism (NIAAA) to provide DNA extraction, basic genetic testing, and repository services for more than 46,000 saliva samples, in support of national research ...


BIOTECON Diagnostics receives another AOAC certificate for its foodproof Salmonella Detection Kit and DNA extraction kits


BIOTECON Diagnostics has successfully completed AOAC-RI validation for the foodproof® Salmonella Detection Kit, 5‘Nuclease and corresponding DNA extraction kits. This AOAC-RI approval as a Performance Tested MethodSM expands the already broad range of certified foodproof® real-time PCR ...


New blood tests promise simple, cost-effective diagnosis of gastrointestinal cancers


Promising results from two new blood tests that can aid in the early identification of patients with gastrointestinal (GI) cancers were presented at Europe's cancer congress, ECCO 15 – ESMO 34, in Berlin. The tests will make GI cancer detection simpler, cost-effective, and more acceptable to ...


OncoMethylome presents promising results of a blood-based methylation assay for the detection of colorectal cancer


OncoMethylome Sciences announced promising results from its on-going evaluation of a blood-based methylation assay for the screening and detection of colorectal cancer (CRC). The results are being presented at the 15th Congress of the European Cancer Organization and 34th Congress of the ...


DxS to Increase Research Capabilities With the Expansion of the Product Development Team


DxS has announced the expansion of its Product Development Team in response to a marked rise in demand for its cancer diagnostics kits in 2008. The Company has significantly increased its number of Research and Development staff in the final quarter of the year from four at the start of the year ...


Scientists develop strategy to rapidly describe outbreak strains with next-generation DNA sequencing


In the event of an outbreak or a bioterrorist attack, rapid identification of the genetic changes responsible for virulence or drug resistance is essential to mounting an effective response. Standard DNA sequencing and analysis of a pathogen genome is time-intensive and likely impractical during ...


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