Open system for nucleic-acid testing.obsolescence ob·so·les·cent
1. Being in the process of passing out of use or usefulness; becoming obsolete.
2. Biology Gradually disappearing; imperfectly or only slightly developed. and the need to replace equipment as new tests are requested by clinicians. With the ability to process samples 24/7 in random-access mode, Jaguar is capable of processing raw patient samples, such as swabs, urine, plasma, cerebrospinal fluid cerebrospinal fluid (CSF)
Clear, colourless liquid that surrounds the brain and spinal cord and fills the spaces in them. It helps support the brain, acts as a lubricant, maintains pressure in the skull, and cushions shocks. , and blood, with results available in 45 to 90 minutes. The system's unitized reagent strips reagent strip Dipstick, see there and microfluidic cartridge (1) See phono cartridge.
(2) A removable storage module that contains magnetic disks, optical discs, magnetic tape or memory chips. Cartridges are inserted into slots in the drive, printer or computer. reduce the risk of amplified nucleic-acid contamination.
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|Publication:||Medical Laboratory Observer|
|Date:||Jun 1, 2009|
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