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Launch Diagnostics is a leading supplier of diagnostic reagents and equipment to the health services of the United Kingdom, Republic of Ireland and France

ACCUSAY Diagnostics

As of January 2014, ACCUSAY Diagnostics was formed as a division of Launch Diagnostics Limited to provide dedicated sales, marketing and technical support to our customers in the Republic of Ireland.  Using local, experienced personnel, ACCUSAY Diagnostics can offer the best solution for the needs of the pathology laboratory. 

Please consult the individual product page for availability.

Introducing New Product Ranges from Launch Diagnostics...

ACCUSAY Calprotectin™ is a quantitative enzyme-linked immunoassay for the detection of calprotectin in stool or plasma samples. Stool samples giving values above 50 µg/g are regarded as having a positive ACCUSAY Calprotectin™ result.
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With over 40 years experience in developing, producing and marketing reagent kits, DiaSorin is a market leader in the field of infectious disease diagnostics.  The range includes products for HIV, HCV, Syphilis and the unique Biotrin Parvovirus assay.


Devyser AB is a Swedish company based in Stockholm and was established in 2006. They specialise in DNA analytical procedures including QF-PCR. The main areas of application for their products are prenatal diagnostics, such as rapid aneuploidy detection (RAD) and clinical genetics. They also have the Devyser CFTR Core kit which detects 36 mutations in the CFTR gene responsible for Cystic Fibrosis (CF).

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Available Now from Launch Diagnostics      

The Liofilchem MIC Test Strip is available in over 115 different antimicrobial agents including antibiotics, antifungals and a range of dual tests for resistance mechanisms.  All MIC Test Strips are available in packs of 10, 30 and 100.  Click the logo for the full list.


Fast-Track Diagnostics is continually developing and expanding their range of real time PCR for the detection of viruses, bacteria, parasites and fungi. New for 2014 is the Flu Differentiation panel to make a total of 16 different assays for the detection of respiratory infections.


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» Immunology


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