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Reagents, Immunoassay, Autoimmune, Diabetes

Definition : Immunoassay reagents intended to perform qualitative and/or quantitative analyses on a body fluid sample (e.g., serum) to determine antibodies commonly found in diabetic patients.

Entry Terms : "Diabetes Mellitus Diagnostic Reagents" , "Diabetes Diagnostic Reagents" , "Diabetes Autoimmune Test Reagents" , "Autoimmune Test Reagents, Diabetes"

UMDC code : 19174

   

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Biomol GmbH

Biomol GmbH

HyTest Ltd

HyTest Ltd

Kronus Inc

KRONUS is a leading provider of immunodiagnostic reagents and test kits to the research and clinical laboratory marketplace. Since its founding in 1986, the Company has sought to provide unique and innovative products coupled with the highest level of customer service and support.

Sekisui Diagnostics LLC

Seitz Technical Products, Inc. was founded 25 years ago by John R. Seitz. John Seitz was an electrical engineer by trade. His first endeavors were in optical and mechanical products for the motion picture industry. He helped invent the sky cam, which now operates to televise film and sports events. The interest in optical design led him to pursue other avenues after the discovery of endoscopic surgery.

The Binding Site Inc

At Binding Site we constantly strive to improve the tools available to laboratory professionals around the world for diagnosing and monitoring disease. Our origins date back to a group of researchers within the Medical School of Birmingham University who first started looking at innovative ways of producing antibodies in the early 1970's. With a desire to continue this early work but lacking the required government funding they founded a private company to take the research forward and utilise any potential commercial benefits. That company has evolved into The Binding Site and for over 25 years we have specialised in producing highly sensitive and highly specific antibodies used for the detection of certain cancers and other serious disorders.

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