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  • Celebrating the 2,500th QIAsymphony customer
    QIAGEN is celebrating the placement of its 2500th QIAsymphony SP with the Cenata GmbH in Tübingen, Germany. Cenata GmbH is a medically led genetic diagnostic laboratory offering prenatal testing, and repeat customer of the QIAsymphony.
    Celebrating the 2,500th QIAsymphony customer
  • Join us at Festival of Genomics
    Festival of Genomics 2020 is just around the corner and we look forward to seeing you there! Stop by and see us at booth 14 to discover how our digital PCR, NGS and bioinformatics solutions can transform your 'omics research by providing greater efficiency and insights.
    Festival of Genomics
  • The smartest start to your new lab
    If you’re setting up a new lab, you’ll probably want advice on how to make a successful start. Our New Lab Start-Up Program aims to kick-start your new project and make it a success from the outset. Read on to find out how we can get you up and running quickly, accelerate your research and help you stay within budget.
  • LIAISON QFT-Plus Test receives FDA approval
    QIAGEN and DiaSorin announce US launch of an automated workflow for QuantiFERON-TB Plus on DiaSorin’s LIAISON platforms following FDA approval. Read the press release to find out more.
  • Analyze CTCs, EVs and ccfDNA from the same blood sample
    In our first two Science Talks involving liquid biopsies, we ask the question: can we get more comprehensive genomic and transcriptomic insights from a blood sample by analyzing circulating tumor cells, cell-free DNA and exosomes in parallel? Sabine Kasimir-Bauer from the University Hospital of Essen answers. Join our cancer community to get exclusive access.
  • Celebrating the 2,500th QIAsymphony customer
    Celebrating the 2,500th QIAsymphony customer
  • Festival of Genomics
    Join us at Festival of Genomics
  • The smartest start to your new lab
  • LIAISON QFT-Plus Test receives FDA approval
  • Analyze CTCs, EVs and ccfDNA from the same blood sample

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