If you work with DNA / RNA purification and isolation, infectious diseases, pathogen research, clinical genetics, or viral load testing don’t miss out on this opportunity to learn about how our CE-IVD, FDA Class I listed Mitra® Microsampler overcomes the troublesomeness and expense of handling wet blood (especially remotely) and addresses the automation and volumetric hematocrit bias limitations of filter paper.
Dried blood microsampling can improve donor comfort and convenience, reduce specimen transportation costs, and streamline lab operations. Visit our booth to learn more.
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Join us again in Austria for MSACL 2017 EU. Visit our booth, and see a live demonstration of the new VIAFLO® 96 pipeter, and come experience the ease of taking a sample yourself with one of our Mitra® microsamplers.
We will explore various factets and implications of VAMS™ technology in our Microsampling Workshop, an opportunity to learn and get answers to your questions from experts in the field.
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BIOANALYSIS Webinar - Exploring Microsampling | Feb 15th, 2017 | 07:00 [PDT] 10:00 [EDT] 15:00 [GMT]
Over the past 2 years microsampling has made significant strides and contributions in academia, pharma and CROs. Join a panel of leading experts as they explain the challenges still being faced, and how to overcome them.
Event is Closed - But you can access the Webinar HERE
Learn how organizations are implementing microsampling to capitalize on patient benefits of improved comfort from a finger-stick and increased convenience of at-home collection. Furthermore, the 8 guest speakers will share how they:
Event is Closed - But you can access the presenations HERE
Visit our booth to learn how our CE-IVD, FDA Class I listed Mitra® Microsampling overcomes the troublesomeness and expense of handling wet blood (especially remotely) and addresses the automation and volumetric hematocrit bias limitations of filter paper.
Event is Closed
Visit the Neoteryx booth (#414) to explore how our microsampling collection devices are an upgrade to both traditional wet sampling and dried blood spotting (DBS) cards that gives economical access to trial participants anytime, anywhere and consistently collects a fixed volume so organizations can generate reliable clinical data within set budgets and timelines.
Event is Closed