Please note that our laboratory will be closed from 22.12.2021 until 02.01.2022. From 3rd January 2022 we will be back for you as usual! The last sample determination this year will take place in the 50th calendar week. Please do not send your samples to us during our holidays! Thank you!
Due to the increased demand for the determination of the anti-ACE-II and MAS1 receptor auto-antibodies, we will measure them at regular intervals. There is also an updated request form available now.
Prof. Dr. Yehuda Shoenfeld has opened the Center for Autoimmune Diseases and Post-Covid Syndrome in St. Petersburg.
In the week from 07-10.09. the meanwhile 15th symposium on autoantibodies took place in Dresden. Dr. Harald Heidecke spoke about PAR1 autoantibodies as a potential biomarker for a severe course of Covid-19. .
Soon we will have 1,000 samples full in 2021. We have thought about this: The 1,000th invoice receives a 50% discount. Being fast is worth it!
Due to the high demand, POTS, CFS/ME, CRPS, SFN diagnostics are currently carried out weekly. Your submitted sample will therefore be processed within one week. Please send us your sample with the completed request form (important: email address and signature). For guide of blood preparation, please click here! Thanks in advance!
After a successful certification audit at TÜV Rheinland in December 2020, we have now received the new DIN EN ISO 13485:2016 certificate. This means that we are now optimally prepared for the IVDR and have made the change to a certifier that will continue to be approved as a Notified Body for in vitro diagnostics…
Please note: Between 19.12.2020 and 03.01.2021 our laboratory will be closed. During this time, neither sample acceptance nor the sending of results is possible. We wish our customers and business partners a Merry Christmas and a good start into the New Year! Thank you for the good and successful cooperation, for your trust and loyalty!
The current patent covers the test developed by us in cooperation with the Charité Berlin, AG Scheibenbogen, for the quantitative determination of antibodies directed against the ß-adrenergic receptor. A high antibody titer is an indication of the presence of chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS) and thus plays a decisive role in its diagnosis.
The event is web-based. You do not need to download anything. Also the possibility to participate in the live chat is anonymous or your names are only visible to the speakers. This training is implemented according to the EU-DSGVO! The team of speakers would be very pleased about your interest and participation. You can register…