California-based Chronix has research facilities in G ttingen

In San Jose, California-based Chronix has research facilities in G ttingen, Germany and its senior scientists from the University Institute of Veterinary Medicine, the home of the new next-generation sequencer are connected? The new system allows Chronix to review and analyze 25 times more genomes per month was far more cost effective than possible with older methods . It reduces the time required to screen a genome of approximately 80 percent, with a simultaneous improvement in the reproducibility of the results. The new system has the power of the first tests the Chronix improved for breast and prostate cancer, and it is expected development and commercialization development and commercialization of the line.

, Commercial applications for veterinary use of Chronix technology, including tests for the early detection of BSE or mad cow diseasebeen reported. Cough epidemic is growing – Health officials urge vaccination and timely diagnosis, California, USA California epidemic pertussis shows no sign of slowing, Mark Horton, director of the California Department of Public Health warned today. July, the number of cases of the disease this year, climbed in 2174, reported a six-fold increase from the 349 illnesses for the same period last year. Moreover, a grown in San Diego County has the seventh infant to die of whooping cough this year.

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