OCT 20, 2020 5:00 AM PDT

FluoroType® technology as reliable diagnostic tool during COVID-19 and flu season

Sponsored by: Bruker Daltonics
Speaker
  • Senior Product Manager
    Biography
      Alina Merz is part of the Molecular Diagnostics business within Bruker Daltonik GmbH since 2013 and plays a key role in the expansion of customer-oriented solutions. She graduated from the University of Konstanz in the topic of cell senescence and acquired additional knowledge as Regulatory Affairs Manager in the pharmaceutical industry.
      Joining Hain Lifescience (now part of Bruker Daltonik) in 2013 she established herself as a market expert for diagnostic assays in virology and gram-negative resistance testing and is the primary contact for fluorescence-based assays. Since 2017 she has commercialized various FluoroType® diagnostic assays in the fields of immunodeficiency and sexually transmitted infections and is leading the respiratory portfolio since 2020.


    Abstract
    Date:  October 20, 2020
    Time: 5:00am (PDT),  8:00am (EDT),  2:00pm (CEST)
     
    With the COVID-19 pandemic as one of the biggest challenges to our modern world, Bruker has taken an active part supporting health care in getting fast and reliable tests. The unique benefits of its technology make FluoroType® SARS-CoV-2 plus a diagnostic tool that stands out for its high quality. We will take a look at the features of this multiplex real-time PCR to get a better understanding how the system's versatility allows the fast development of a novel assay without sacrificing quality, how it supports easy and consistent decision making in diagnostic laboratories and how Bruker helps laboratories worldwide to maintain the maximum efficiency of diagnostic testing in the upcoming flu season.
     
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