Applauding the WHO for stepping up the fight against TB.

Today the World Health Organization issued new guidelines on latent TB screening. They recommend to include testing also in low-income countries, where the burden of TB is the highest, and expand access to testing for new groups of people. The move will help countries around the world catalyze TB prevention and contribute to ending the TB epidemic.

Germantown, Maryland, and Hilden, Germany, February 22th, 2018 – QIAGEN N.V. (NYSE: QGEN; Frankfurt Prime Standard: QIA) today endorsed new guidelines issued by the World Health Organization (WHO), which coordinates global efforts to control tuberculosis (TB), calling for harmonization of preventi...

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Dr. Yassmine Akkari, Scientific Director of the Cytogenetics Services and Molecular Pathology at Legacy Health reviews the NGS in Oncology from Clinical
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Proud to support Nobel Prize Winners - year over year. In 1980, Elizabeth Blackburn discovered that telomeres have a particular DNA. In 1982, together with Jack Szostak, she further proved that this DNA prevents chromosomes from being broken down. For "the discovery of how chromosomes are protected by telomeres and the enzyme telomerase" she received the Nobel Prize in the field of genetics in 2009.

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Tuberculosis is one of the oldest infectious diseases – and still one of the deadliest. Scarce funding threatens to hamper its eradication and has given rise to the threat of multi- resistant strains that demands new approaches in fighting the disease.

Dr. Delia Goletti spends every single day fighting an infectious disease that should not – on the face of it – be difficult to defeat. It is not a new virus, like HIV was in the 1980s or SARS was two decades later. On the contrary, the disease has been around for as long as mankind, and the ba.....
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Cancer is one of the most devastating diseases in the world.

In the past, traditional #cancer genetics focused on single mutations in tumors. But thanks to various methods described as next-generation sequencing (NGS) that allow the massive parallel analysis of genetic material, today researchers can use gene panels testing multiple markers at once. #worldcancerday #WecanIcan

Dr. Kurt Zatloukal, professor at the Institute of Pathology at the Medical University Graz, sits slightly bent on a swivel chair looking at a row of slides on a desk in front of him. Using his glasses, he points at a small spot of lilac-colored tissue on one of the slides: “Here in the lymph nod.....

Being committed to making improvements in life possible every day, our global team supports the world’s fight against cancer. #WecanIcan

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Specializing in Genetics and Genomic Sciences, one of Dr. Martignetti’s missions is to unravel the mysteries of ribonucleic acid (RNA), currently one of the most exciting areas of clinical research. His insights bring the possibility of transforming the diagnosis, treatment, and survival of life-threatening conditions, including several cancers. #worldcancerday #WecanIcan

Dr. John Martignetti is Associate Professor at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai Hospital in New York City and Network Director of the Laboratory for Translational Research at the Western Connecticut Health Network Biomedical Research Institute. Dr. Martignetti is also a code breaker, an....

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The King's College London just had a royal visitor👑 - we are delighted to see the Duchess discussing #perinatal research work and the challenges surrounding maternal mental health at the Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology & Neuroscience at King's.

“Inside the Institute's laboratory, The Duchess receives a briefing on its work in perinatal research before meeting with academics leading research in perinatal psychiatry.”

For 4000 years, Khnum-Nakht and Nakht-Ankh were, as the text on their coffins suggested, mummies from the same mother.

A new genetic analysis shows that, unlike the two mummies, the story of their kinship is not preserved for all eternity.

The “tomb of the two brothers” probably needs a slightly different name.

We’re glad to announce a collaboration with Genome Institute of Singapore (GIS). GIS, an integral part of A*STAR, is the national flagship program for genomics sciences in Singapore. GIS, in addition to providing genomic infrastructure for Singapore, seeks to unite scientists in Singapore through collaborative projects in both academic and commercial sectors.

Through this collaboration, QIAGEN and GIS aim to develop clinical applications in next-generation sequencing (#NGS) platforms, focusing on liquid biopsy and microbial research. Together, let’s make improvements in life possible!

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