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DRG Group Presents New Analyzer and ELISAs at Dubai Lab Exhibition

By LabMedica International staff writers
Posted on 08 Feb 2017
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Image: The DRG:HYBRiD-XL random access analyzer (Photo courtesy of DRG).
Image: The DRG:HYBRiD-XL random access analyzer (Photo courtesy of DRG).
The DRG Group, a leading medical diagnostic and laboratory equipment supplier, demonstrated its fully automated random access analyzer, DRG:HYBRiD-XL, along with its newest ELISAs, at MEDLAB 2017, the world’s largest laboratory exhibition and congress in the Middle East.

The DRG:HYBRiD-XL is a fully automated, continuous access analyzer that allows the simultaneous measurement of immunoassays and clinical chemistry parameters, including turbidimetric tests in one sample. It allows medical practitioners to carry out up to 40 tests of different types or 40 times of the same test, or up to 20-patient samples over a wide range of pre-packaged tests to serve different specialties.

DRG also highlighted its newest ELISAs such as Salivary Progesterone HS (High Sensitivity) ELISA, DHT-optimized and Hepcidin 25 (bioactive) HS ELISA kit at MEDLAB 2017. The company’s saliva diagnostics products offer several benefits such as non-invasive sampling, measurement of the free (unbounded) fraction of steroids, and much higher diagnostic relevance with reproducible and reliable results, compared to serum analytics. DRG’s new Salivary Progesterone HS ELISA is calibrated against mass spectrometry, which is considered as gold standard in saliva diagnostics.

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