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31.01.2018 New! Human Recombinant SAA1 and SAA2

Serum amyloid A (SAA) is often used as a non-specific marker of inflammation. Its concentration in blood increases in response to inflammatory stimulus such as tissue injury, infection or trauma.

21.12.2017 Season's Greetings 2017

We appreciate working with you and hope that the holidays and the coming year will bring you happiness and success.

27.11.2017 IFCC Distinguished Award Ceremony

During the year 2017 in collaboration with IFCC and EFLM through the sponsorships of their awards, we have had an excellent opportunity to show our appreciation towards scientific work in the field of cardiovascular diseases.

30.10.2017 Supporting Assistance Dogs

In Finland, there are currently only 65 assistance dogs in operation. However, more are needed as the waiting time for a fully trained dog is currently several years.

30.10.2017 Meet us at Medica Exhibition in November

If you or your colleagues will attend the MEDICA 2017 - the World's Leading Medical Forum - from November 13 to 16, in Düsseldorf, Germany, please schedule a meeting with us.

27.09.2017 Sponsoring SensUs 2017 - Contest Winners

SensUs is an international biosensor competition where multidisciplinary teams of students compete on developing molecular biosensors for healthcare applications.

21.08.2017 Turku Attack

Our deepest condolences to the victims and their families.

28.06.2017 Our new article about cTnT degradation

The results suggest that the 29 kDa fragment present in serum samples is formed during the sample preparation and it is caused by the cleavage of cTnT by thrombin

16.06.2017 HyTest Awards 2017

To show our strong commitment towards supporting the scientific work in the field of cardiovascular diseases, we are proud to announce the winners of the following awards:

30.05.2017 New! Chimeric cTnI Antibodies

Heterophile antibodies are present in the blood of at least 10% of the general population. These anti-animal antibodies, especially human anti-mouse antibodies (HAMA), are one of the potential sources of error in immunodiagnostics assays as they can cause false positive or false negative results.