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November tech news

Latest tech news for November.

Product range 

Extracting small amounts of RNA from hard-to-process samples requires a high-quality and flexible homogenizer. The Ohaus Bead Mill Homogenizer can be used with or without attachments, and its linear motion is statistically proven to break samples up more effectively than a horizontal motion.

Ohaus also offers durable centrifuges with a variety of rotors, allowing researchers to create reproducible results without worrying about machine wear and tear. 


A clinical stage immuno-oncology imaging company has announced the publication of data on first in-human imaging in patients with solid malignancies

The paper reports the results from a first in vivo clinical study to assess the safety, tolerability and efficacy of ImaginAb’s lead product, CD8 tracer, 89Zr-Df-IAB22M2C, in visualising the immune system.  The study found89Zr-DfIAB22M2C imaging to be safe and with favourable kinetics. 

POCT Solutions 

Radiometer exhibited its innovative range of point-of-care solutions at this year’s IBMS Congress 2019. It held a breakfast presentation entitled “Point-of-care testing – more than an (arterial) stab in the dark”, presented by Katy Heaney, POCT Lead, Consultant Biochemist at Frimley Park Hospital. She discussed her personal experience of elevating 
the historical perception of blood gas analysers from unreliable and inaccurate to reliable, multi-test analysers producing high-quality results.  


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