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MedTech

Medtech 28th June

Regular arrangement of doublet lenses directly fabricated on a CMOS image sensor. Credit: Timo Gissibl

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Important addition to Biocartis’ core oncology menu now covering most known and used oncology biomarkersbiocartis

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Developing countries can now add point-of-care molecular Early Infant Diagnosis to national health algorithms, facilitating immediate linkage to care for HIV-positive newborns.

Alere a global actor in rapid diagnostics, announced that its Alere™ q HIV-1/2 Detect assay has been awarded World Health Organization (WHO) prequalification, making it available for public sector procurement. The Alere q HIV-1/2 Detect is the first-ever molecular diagnostic that identifies HIV-1 and HIV-2 at the point of care (POC) in less than 60 minutes, and the first testing application on the Alere q platform.

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The French government announced that it plans to invest €670 million ($760.8 million) in a genomics and personalized medicine program meant to improve the diagnosis and prevention of disease in the country.

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Tanuja Koppal, PhD discusses regular versus digital PCR with Drs. Emir Hodzic, Keith R. Jerome, and Ruth Hall Sedlak.

Q: What do you use PCR for in veterinary sciences?

Hodzic: Our real-time PCR (polymerase chain reaction) facility at UC Davis is one of the oldest PCR core facilities and has been around for nearly 15 years. The facility has two parts, one for research and the other for diagnostics.

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Cambridge CMOS Sensors (CCMOSS), a specialist in MEMS for gas sensing and infrared applications, has been bought by Austrian semiconductor manufacturer ams.

Cambridge CMOS Sensors, a specialist in MEMS for gas sensing and infrared applications, has been bought by Austrian semiconductor manufacturer ams.

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