The 12th European Cytogenomics Conference focuses on presentations about the rapid advances in the interlinked fields of cell and molecular biology, genomics and cytogenetics. The choice of topics and speakers, inspired by collaborative work between disciplines, includes a mixture of talks on technological advances in the field, and talks exploring new concepts in cytogenomics of humans, of non-human animals, and of plants.
自 1986 年 MetaSystems 创立，本公司一直以设计生产和发展全自动显微镜成像系统为目标。MetaSystems 一贯以紧密的客户关系为重要的经营理念，在过去三十年本公司的成功全有赖于此。全赖于客户的支持，MetaSystems 一点一滴的成长，现已发展成为一个全球领先的全自动显微镜成像系统及其解决方案的供应商。
MetaSystems 全新的充满活力的现代化成像平台 Neon，可以让你轻松的管理从单一工作站到多用户、多工作站工作环境的病例、图像和结果。同时 Neon 的用户可以随时获取所有相关信息。
RENEB Intercomparison Exercises Analyzing Micronuclei
Radiological emergencies in which a large number of victims are involved can occur as the result of different events such as radiation accidents, terrorist attacks with dirty bombs or other kinds of exposure to radioactive sources. In the event of large radiological accidents, an initial triage aimed at classifying victims according to the degree of exposure is indicated to guide appropriate clinical responses. [...] The cytokinesis-block (CB) micronucleus (MN) assay, originally developed by Fenech and Morley in 1985, is a valuable biodosimetric tool for quantifying radiation-induced chromosomal damage for population triage thanks to the simplicity of MN scoring and the availability of automated MN analysis using microscopy-based [...] methods. [...] Five laboratories performed both automated and semi-automated MN scoring using the Metafer platform (Metasystems, Altlussheim, Germany). [...] The lowest level of inhomogeneity was obtained for the automated scoring group where a more standardized approach was applied. [...] The results of the two micronucleus intercomparison exercises performed by the RENEB network, demonstrate that the cytokinesis-block MN assay is a useful triage tool for large-scale
相关产品 / 解决方案
MetaSystems 的探针拥有独立的网站。如果您在寻找 MetaSystems XCyting DNA 探针，请访问 MetaSystems 探针网页。
Workshop on Automated Cytogenetics in Mexico
Together with our partner Carl Zeiss de México S.A. de C.V., MetaSystems conducted a workshop addressing the automation of lab environments in cytogenetics, hematology, pathology, biodosimetry and other fields of work.
Workshop on Automated Genetic Toxicology at KIT, Daejeong, Korea
The Korea Institute of Toxicology (KIT) is a government-funded research institute to evaluate the safety of medicine, bio-related products and chemicals such as agricultural pesticides, food additives and cosmetics, environmental toxicity and ecotoxicity. As a leading provider of non-clinical toxicology studies, KIT serves as a core infrastructure in the biotechnology industry. In May 2019, Dr. Seong-Hoon Park from KIT organized the first KIT Workshop for Automated Genetic Toxicology Testing. On this event, which was kindly supported by Mirax Corporation, local and overseas speakers summarized current proceedings in the automation of genetic toxicology test analysis.