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Planet xMAP Multiplexing Congress

10 Oct 2012 - 11 Oct 2012 - Monaco



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Visit Planet xMAP 2012 and crown your work!

Luminex technology is currently used by thousands of researchers, scientists and life science experts all around the world. On many occasions, the technology has helped them to speed up diagnostics, solve health problems and gather life-saving data.

On 10 and 11 October 2012 we celebrate the 10th anniversary of Planet xMAP in the jet set atmosphere of city-state Monaco.

Program
Planet xMAP brings together scientists, researchers and the pharma industry to discuss developments in many different fields of research, i.e.  pathogens detection, clinical Immunology, human genetics and protein Research.

With an appealing mix of top notch speakers and multiplexing experts, Planet xMAP promises to become the most important multiplexing event of the year. Don’t miss it!

Register now!
It is now possible to register online for the 10th edition of Planet xMAP. No entrance fee is required. For more information, please go to www.planetxmap.com.



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