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PerkinElmer Vanadis NIPT Receives CE-IVD Mark

The test, designed for noninvasive prenatal screening for trisomies 21, 18, and 13, with Y chromosome testing as an optional marker, has been validated in an external clinical study in France.

Navigating the 3Vs of Big Data: Volume, Velocity, Variety

David Wang, general manager of Informatics, explains how scientists can harness valuable information quickly to achieve better, faster outcomes—and expedite the drug discovery process—by taking "the 3Vs" into account.

Diagnosing Disease X

EUROIMMUN's Dr. Konstanze Stiba discusses the challenges associated with developing a diagnostic for "Disease X," which represents newly emerging pathogens that present a significant public health risk - with the potential for an international epidemic.

Delivering End-to-End Diagnostics Solutions

Dennis Flannelly, Vice President of PerkinElmer Diagnostics, discusses the company’s exciting new offerings at AACC 2018, including the Vanadis NIPT Solution for non-invasive pre-natal testing.

FDA clears PerkinElmer’s CLIFT lupus diagnostics

The FDA has cleared PerkinElmer’s lupus diagnostics for sale in the U.S. PerkinElmer designed the tests to run on its automated EUROPattern microscope, thereby cutting turnaround times.

Mini mass specs are still looking for an audience

Mass spectrometry is a go-to method for determining which molecules are in a sample. If security officers are faced with an unknown, possibly dangerous, substance, they don’t want to waste time sending samples to a lab and waiting for mass spec results, however. They’d rather be able to take a portable mass spec into the field to get answers quickly.