Innovation Academy Part 1: Good Science Equals Good Medicine
21 August 2014

Innovative approaches in clinical diagnostics are at the heart of the drive to improve outcomes for
patients in the key priority areas in healthcare. The first in this three-part series examines the clinical utility of holotranscobalamin (holoTC, ‘Active’ B12) for the screening of vitamin B12 deficiency and its application in a mixed patient population.

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Innovation Academy Part 2: Good Science Equals Good Medicine fecal calprotectin21 Aug 2014Read
Innovation Academy Part 3: Good Science Equals Good Medicine cancer diagnostics21 Aug 2014Read
Performance of the Immunoturbidimetric Assay TxBCardio on the Selectra ProM Analyzer platelets21 Aug 2014Read
An Immunoturbidimetric Assay for Hyaluronic Acid hyaluronic acid21 Aug 2014Read
A Dual Monoclonal Antibody Chemiluminescent ELISA for the Detection of Hepcidin-25 iron deficiency anaemia21 Aug 2014Read
Characterization of a Point-of-Care Diagnostic for Ebola and Sudan Virus Detection ebola, viral hemorrhagic fever21 Aug 2014Read
Why is RVF Technology More Valuable? point of care solutions, vertical flow testing20 Aug 2014Read
Evaluation of a Direct HbA1c Assay on a Fully Automated Chemistry Analyzer Versus Two Common HPLC Methods HBA1C20 Aug 2014Read
Overcoming Obstacles to Develop a Cancer Immunotherapeutic cancer cells, clinical study, gene therapy19 Aug 2014Read
Comparison of Biosimilar and Innovator Monoclonal Antibody Rituximab Using the Agilent 1260 Infinity Bio-inert LC System monoclonal antibodies, biosimilars, biotherapeutics18 Aug 2014Read

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