Dear customers, partners and friends around the world,

This DiaLog newsletter clearly demonstrates the huge variety of topics a diagnostic company is dealing with at the age of 30. If it were a human being, we would consider it as the rush hour of life. New products such as LDH 21 FS have been launched - please be aware of the outstanding performance. In addition, our new water-purification system line fully supports our “choosing quality” philosophy.

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IFCC Task Force for Corporate Members

Dr. Jan Gorka reports on the role of the IFCC task force and his membership as a Corporate Member.

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New reagent for determination of Lactate Dehydrogenase (LDH)

DiaSys is pleased to announce the launch of LDH 21 FS, a new assay for determination of Lactate Dehydrogenase (LDH).

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New IFCC guideline on serological SARS-CoV-2 antibody testing

In response to the ongoing pandemic, the International Federation of Clinical Chemistry and Laboratory Medicine (IFCC) founded a COVID-19 Task Force.

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Further development of the water purification systems

DiaSys is pleased to present the enhanced water systems O maxi and O mini. The improved systems are now marketed under the names O maxi+ and O mini+.

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Virtual customer training

Partners from South America were part of a virtual reagent training on three subsequent days.

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StarDust MC15 at the Olympics 2021 in Tokyo

Our StarDust MC15 was used for on-site load monitoring of the German rowing team in Tokyo. With great success.

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Solidarity with flood victims

As a sign of solidarity with the flood victims in the Ahr valley, DiaSys made a donation to contribute to relieving the suffering in the affected areas.

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Pay us a visit at MEDICA in Düsseldorf

Take the opportunity to learn about new products, improved reagents, new analyzer and system developments for improved diagnostics.

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30 years DiaSys

In 2021, DiaSys celebrates its 30th company anniversary. An 'Inside DiaSys blog' has been established on the website, featuring ongoing articles from staff editors on 'the early days' and global growth.

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