Molecular pathology is an emerging discipline inside pathology that is centred around the study and analysis of disease through the assessment of particles inside organs, tissues or bodily fluids. Molecular pathology is normally utilized in the analysis of malignancy and infectious disease. Recent progressive progress in human genomics is reshaping our way to deal with treatment and diagnosis. Nucleic acid-based testing is turning into a vital diagnostic tool not just in the setting of acquired hereditary disease yet in a wide variety of neoplastic and infectious disease.
Following diagnosis, molecular testing can help control proper treatment by identifying specific remedial focuses of a few recently custom newly medications, hence pharmacogenomics. Molecular diagnostics give the essential underpinnings to any effective application of gene therapy or biologic reaction modifiers. DSS with Master Diagnostic, Milestone, Dako, Eurolone and Abbot Molecular offers an extraordinary machine for evaluating disease treatment and therapy response and detecting negligible residual disease.
The Dako Coverslipper is a compact unit. It is small enough to fit inside fume cabinets and it can handle up to 600 slides per hour making it one of the fastest glass coverslippers currently available and setting a new benchmark in instrument design.
Human Leukocyte Antigen B27 (HLA B27) RT-PCR Detection Kit for Exon 2/ Exon 3
for the detection of HLA-B27 allele related to ankylosing spondylitis through real-time PCR, using DNA extracted from Whole Blood, Plasma, or Serum with cyp17a1 as Internal Control.
Hybridizer is a hands-free denaturation and hybridization instrument designed for slide-based fluorescence and chromogenic in situ hybridization (FISH and CISH, respectively) on histology and cytology samples.
Discover the benefits of magnetic bead-based kits for nucleic acid purification. Purify high-quality nucleic acids from Biological Samples. Save time and increase consistency using the Magnetic Bead Nucleic Acid Extraction Kit
PathoPlex RT-PCR is a molecular diagnostic technique used for the qualitative detection of certain viral infections, specifically HIV (Human Immunodeficiency Virus), HBV (Hepatitis B Virus), and HCV (Hepatitis C Virus). This method utilizes reverse transcription polymerase chain reaction (RT-PCR) to amplify and detect specific genetic material (RNA in the case of HIV and HCV, and DNA for HBV) associated with these viruses.