ORTHO VISION and ORTHO VISION MAX Analyzers are the first ever systems with responsive automation for immunohematology in transfusion medicine. Samples can be added on the fly without interruption, STAT and routine tests can be processed, reflex testing, screening against selected cell panels and titration studies for serial dilutions may be run – all on the same instrument.
Four analyzer varients were developed in partnership between Ortho Clinical Diagnostics and Tecan. These fully automated systems are used worldwide in blood typing applications such as blood grouping, antibody screening/identification and cross matching. All analyzers are IVD CE-marked.
Dako, an Agilent Technologies company, is a world leader in anatomical pathology, with a wealth of experience in immunohistochemistry (IHC) and in situ hybridization (ISH) testing. To meet the needs of pathologists and clinical laboratory personnel around the world, Agilent was looking to offer a new platform that provided their customers greater capacity, higher throughput and more cost-effective processing.
In 2011, Agilent chose to partner with Tecan to develop and manufacture a complete solution for fully automated IHC/ISH staining, and the Dako Omnis platform – launched in 2013 – was the result.Read more
Since year 2000 Mobidiag has developed and offered novel, innovative solutions for molecular diagnostics of infectious diseases. Amplidiag Easy, developed in partnership with Tecan, automates the nucleic acid extraction and PCR plate setup for all Amplidiag diagnostic products.
The Singulex Clarity System is a fully automated, IVD CE-marked system offering ultra-sensitive immunodiagnostics.
The system combines full automation, ready-to-use reagents and on-board resource inventory management to provide a streamlined ‘sample in-result out’ workflow to optimize laboratory operations.
is integrated solution ensures high throughput and optimized sample management, enabling longer walkaway times and maximizing process safety.
Find out more about the SgX Clarity System in Jeff Bishop's AACC 2016 booth talk.