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04/19/2018

New ccfDNA data presented at the AACR meeting in Chicago!

Chicago, Illinois, USA

April 14-18, 2018

Have a look at new studies presented at the AACR Annual Meeting - Driving Innovative Cancer Science to Patient Care.

04/10/2018

Have a look at this interesting course announcement!

CEN and ISO Standards for Pre-analytical Processes in Industrial Development and Medical Diagnostics

02/23/2018

BD Launches Circulating Cell-Free DNA Blood Collection Tube for Cancer and Non-Invasive Prenatal Testing Applications

CE-IVD labeled PAXgene® Blood ccfDNA tube will be available in Western Europe 

01/26/2018

Kate visited the King´s College London!

The Duchess of Cambridge receives a briefing on perinatal research work and the challenges surrounding maternal mental health at the Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology and Neuroscience using PreAnalytiX and QIAGEN kits.

01/25/2018

Meet us at the 38th Anniversary of te German Pancreas Club Meeting 2018!

Date: January 25-27, 2018

Location: Ulm, Germany

11/27/2017

New ccfDNA data presented at the AMP meeting in Salt Lake City!

Salt Lake City, Utah/USA

November 16-18, 2017

Have a look at new studies presented at the AMP Annual Meeting - Where Molecular Leads Medicine to Best Practice Care.

 

In case you missed it at AMP - explore the posters here:

11/20/2017

Take a look at the video with John Alsobrook from Clinical Genomics at the AMP 2017!

John Alsobrook from Clinical Genomics discusses the validation of the Colvera blood-based test colonrectal cancer test and how QIAGEN technologies help them with throughput challenges and create a more flexible and convenient workflow for all stakeholders involved.

11/10/2017

Visit us at AMP 2017 in Salt Lake City!

Date: November 16-18, 2017

Location: Salt Lake City, UT, USA

10/20/2017

Have a look at this interesting paper about metabolomic and proteomic analyses of tissue specimens by MALDI MSI using the PAXgene Tissue System!

In this study, a comparison was done between PAXgene and standard formalin fixation for metabolomic analysis by MALDI mass spectrometry imaging.

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