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Dynex Technologies to Feature Automated Processing Systems for Clinical Diagnostic Assays at Medica 2007
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Dynex Technologies to Feature Automated Processing Systems for Clinical Diagnostic Assays at Medica 2007

Dynex Technologies to Feature Automated Processing Systems for Clinical Diagnostic Assays at Medica 2007
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Dynex Technologies to Feature Automated Processing Systems for Clinical Diagnostic Assays at Medica 2007

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Dynex Technologies has announced that it will feature clinical-diagnostic systems in the North American Pavilion (Hall 3, Stand D45-6) at Medica 2007, in Dusseldorf, Germany.

The company's DS2® automated two-plate immunoassay processing system delivers reliable results to improve health outcomes. In addition, Dynex sister company, ESA Biosciences, will demonstrate its LeadCare® II point-of-care system developed to screen children for lead poisoning. The system delivers quantitative blood-lead results, equivalent to those reported by reference laboratories, with only two drops of blood in just three minutes.

Dynex sells the DS2 through ELISA kit manufacturers around the world to meet the needs of labs that don't have the throughput needs to justify large-scale systems on the market. Designed with full walk-away capability, the DS2 represents a major leap forward in electro-mechanics and software design.

The company says that easy to use and maintain, the DS2 packs full automation power in the smallest footprint available. The system processes two 96-well microplates and up to 12 different assays simultaneously and features user-friendly control system.

Dynex will also demonstrate its four-plate DSX® automated ELISA processing system, open system with full walk-away capability - now the standard worldwide for medium-throughput labs.

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