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Tech news: November 2022

This month's top tech news stories

QuantaMatrix

Solution adopted

QuantaMatrix, an in vitro diagnostics company, announced that its dRAST solution has been adopted for routine clinical use by admed, a Swiss-based laboratory. This successful implementation is the result of a partnership between QuantaMatrix Europe, a fully owned affiliate of QuantaMatrix Inc., based in Paris, France, and Axonlab, one of the leading in vitro diagnostics solution providers in Europe. This is the sixth application of the dRAST solution.

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Clinisys

New chapter

Clinisys has completed the combination of Sunquest Information Systems, HORIZON Lab Systems, and Apollo LIMS under its singular brand. This marks a new chapter for Clinisys, expanding its global presence and breadth of expertise to enable healthier communities through the transformation of the modern laboratory. Clinisys is now one of the largest information systems providers for labs globally across healthcare, life sciences and public health.

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OGT

New launches

OGT has launched several new solutions to support its growing NGS portfolio. These include the SureSeq Myeloid Plus panel, which has been designed to detect aberrations in genes implicated in a variety of myeloid disorders. Additionally, OGT has also launched a new improved library preparation workflow – the OGT Universal NGS Complete Workflow, compatible with its haematology, inherited and rare disease NGS panels –significantly reducing hands-on time and complemented by updated Interpret NGS Analysis software.

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