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a serologic analysis of a sample of blood

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Swedish blood analysis systems developer CellaVision AB (OMX First North:CEVI) issued its year-end report on Monday (16 February), posting an operating profit of SEK13.
The new blood analysis equipment is significantly faster, more accurate and reliable than the hospital's former system, shaving anywhere from 10 minutes on certain tests that were done in-house to three to five days on those that were sent to an outside lab.
Under the guidance of John Molyneux and Paolo Pozzobon, the members saw the growth of the microchips from a plain silicon wafer to a complex morphology utilized in blood analysis.
Blood Path Analyzer - Performing blood analysis analyzes and making microscopic preparations and dyeing for blood microscopic examination, as well as handling requests and results using a suitable spatial software (self-validation software).
NORDIC BUSINESS REPORT-10 December 2008-Swedish blood analysis systems developer CellaVision AB receives new orders in the US(C)1994-2008 M2 COMMUNICATIONS LTD http://www.
Among the services to be offered: blood pressure and cholesterol screenings, height and weight checks, podiatry and vision screening, and low-cost blood analysis.
Tenders are invited for Blood Analysis Equipment and Supplies
NORDIC BUSINESS REPORT-3 September 2008-Swedish blood analysis systems developer CellaVision AB receives marketing go-ahead in Japan(C)1994-2008 M2 COMMUNICATIONS LTD http://www.
Fingerprint analysis is of course one of the areas the crime lab specializes in, along with ballistics, toxicology, trace evidence and blood analysis.
NORDIC BUSINESS REPORT-30 June 2008-Swedish blood analysis systems developer CellaVision AB wins first order in China(C)1994-2008 M2 COMMUNICATIONS LTD http://www.
An array of preventive health services will be offered to adults 18 years and older ranging from blood-pressure screenings and height and weight checks to podiatry and vision screenings, a blood analysis ($25) and more.