Oct 19, 2020
Demystify chromogenic testing
Oct 13, 2020
New QuickGene Range for DNA & RNA Extraction- Now with Automated Option
Oct 06, 2020
Take Control and Save Time with Easy In-house Testing
Sep 30, 2020
Patented transport media manufactured by EKF Diagnostics can help to increase COVID-19 testing capacity
Sep 24, 2020
As demand for rapid testing continues to accelerate at an unprecedented level, our response to assisting testing on a global scale must be in place to support accurate, reliable and easy-to-use testing. The AbC-19™ COVID-19 antibody test developed by Abingdon Health and the UK-RTC, achieves 98.03% sensitivity and 99.5% specifically, will play an invaluable role in overcoming unpredicted rapid testing outcomes.Download the whitepaper to learn: How the body responds to SARS-CO...
Sep 17, 2020
Abingdon Health announces £1M Innovate UK funding for the development of a fully quantitative lateral flow Smartphone Reader
Apr 02, 2020
Abingdon Health and DCN Diagnostics have announced a commercial partnership to provide Abingdon Health’s proprietary AppDx Smartphone m-Health technology to DCN Diagnostics’ customer base.
Mar 16, 2020
CHARLESTON, S.C. and OAKDALE, Minn., March, 13 2020, - Veravas, Inc., an emerging diagnostic company focusing on sample preparation products and new diagnostic tests and MIP Diagnostics Ltd., the Molecularly Imprinted Polymers (MIPs) specialist based in Sharnbrook, United Kingdom, announced today that they have entered into a mutually beneficial agreement for the development, license, and supply of a novel MIP specific for Veravas’ proprietary sample preparation technology.
Mar 11, 2020
New RNA Complete BCT™ is a direct draw blood collection tube, now available in the UK from Alpha Laboratories Ltd. These blood collection tubes contain a preservative that stabilises cell-free RNA and exosome counts, maintaining the draw time concentration for up to 7 days when stored at room temperature.
Feb 28, 2020
A recent review by MIP Diagnostics Founder Sergey A. Piletsky from the University of Leicester and colleagues from Animal Health Research Institute (AHRI), Agricultural Research Center (ARC), Egypt, Beni-Suef University, and Linnaeus University in the International Journal of Molecular Sciences highlights recent developments in the technology-driven shift in MIP research from traditional bulk polymer formats into the nanomaterial domain, the current state of molecular imprinting, and its potenti...