Stay at the forefront of the diagnostics industry by attending this year’s Next Generation Dx Summit from Aug. 19 to 21 in Washington, D.C.
Medical innovation brought to you by Streck and KMC Systems
You know that timing plays a critical role in medical diagnostics. The faster a patient can get results the better.
Streck has partnered with KMC Systems to develop a 20-minute real-time, random accessible, 6-color multiplex qPCR thermal cycler platform, the Philisa instrument, to accelerate workflow for molecular diagnostic analysis.
To learn more about the instrument and its technology, attend Streck Molecular Technology Manager Matthew Kreifels’ Next Gen Summit presentation, A Novel Randomly Accessible 20-Minute Real-Time PCR Thermal Cycler Platform, at 9:30 a.m. on Thursday, Aug. 21.The Philisa qPCR will benefit critical assays for infectious disease, HLA genotyping, antibiotic resistance detection and forensics.
- Discipline-specific programs, including POC, molecular and inherited-disease diagnostics and more
- The latest medical innovations on the exhibit floor
- Timely and informative short courses
- The Interactive Regulatory Session on Multiplex Sequencing Assays
- The Who’s Who of the diagnostics world
Don’t miss out on this extraordinary medical event.
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Produce the highest-quality diagnostics instrumentation
Meet with our KMC team at Next Generation Dx Summit 2014
You’re developing medical innovations with sophisticated software.
As medical software technology advances, medical instrumentation becomes increasingly more complicated.
According to the FDA’s Medical Device Recall Report, more complex medical software is leading to an increase in medical device recalls.
Ensure that you’re adhering to strict FDA regulations when developing diagnostics instrumentation. We can help.
KMC Systems has more than 30 years of experience developing, designing and manufacturing complex medical devices, including molecular diagnostic equipment, IVD instrumentation, immunoassay analyzers, microbiology and clinical chemistry systems, and more, while maintaining FDA compliance throughout the medical product life cycle.
Our engineers work closely with manufacturing to ensure a smooth transition to production.
Schedule a meeting or just stop by table 16.at the Next Generation Dx Summit to discuss the medical device development possibilities for your project.