Top 10 IVD Solution Provider in Europe – 2020
We are very proud that Future Diagnostics Solutions is recognized by MedTech Outlook Magazine as TOP 10 In Vitro Diagnostic Solution Provider in Europe – 2020.
PhD promotion Giuliana Ascone – Euroclast
Future Diagnostics is proudly announcing the PhD promotion of Giuliana Ascone. Giuliana was ESR in the Marie Curie Euroclast project supported by Future Diagnostics and working at the Department of Experimental Rheumatology of the Radboud University.
Successful FDA inspection at Future Diagnostics
Future Diagnostics Solutions B.V. is proud to announce the successful completion of its fifth Food and Drug Administration (FDA) inspection last month. The FDA is responsible for protecting the public health by ensuring the safety, efficacy, and security of human and veterinary drugs, biological products, and medical devices.
TTW funded Biomonitor project
Sensing technologies for acquiring real-time, precise, and reliable data are becoming more and more important in the field of healthcare, to help monitor, treat and coach patients. Future Diagnostics Solutions is proud to be a partner in the TTW funded Biomonitor project aiming at the development of continuous monitoring sensors.
Register now and join our 2nd IVDR & Immunoassays Mini-Symposium
After last year’s successful edition we are proud to be organizing our second IVDR & Immunoassays Mini Symposium on Wednesday November 20th, 2019 from 9 am to 10.30 am at MEDICA.
SensUs Student Competition
We were proud to be a partner of SensUs. SensUs believes that collaboration and information sharing on a worldwide scale is very important for innovation in the field of biosensors.
Why test for interference by biotin of your assay?
The FDA warns that biotin may interfere with lab tests.
Biotin is a vitamin that can be found in (multi-vitamin) pills or supplements for hair, skin, and nail growth. More and more people take or consider taking these pills or supplements. However, this biotin can significantly interfere with certain laboratory test and may cause test results that are incorrect.
Are you familiar with accuspheres?
Accuspheres are formed by combining a suitable matrix with the component of interest. This solution (minimal of 50 μl) is dripped into liquid nitrogen followed by a freeze-drying process, which forms the stable sphere.