Monday. 9 January  2017 12:00

genetic PCR solutions™ will participate actively at the 12th Internacional Symposyum on Aeromonas and Plesiomonas (ISAP) in Mexico the next 21th to 23th of June.

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2017 02 01 12 20 13 symposium isap Speakers

The GPS™ director, Antonio Martinez-Murcia PhD, will be in charge of carrying out the Opening Conference "Strategic approaches for a "pragmaticu" phylogenetic identification of  Aeromonas species and consequences in systematics" 

 

 

01 Monday, May  2017 10:30

SfAM Annual Conference 2017 "New insights into food safety" in Gateshead, Newcastle from 3 to 6 July. Where the presentation "Innovations for qPCR microbial testing in water and food" will be made by genetic PCR solutions ™ and University Miguel Hernández of Elche.

Sfam

The Society for Applied Microbiology would like to invite all scientists with an interest in food microbiology to attend and participate in our annual Applied Microbiology Conference 2017 on New Insights into Food Safety at the BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art in Gateshead.

 

Friday. 27 January  2017 10:14

Coming soon genetic PCR solutions™ will be present in the conference "7th Congress of European Microbiologuists" FEMS 2017 in Valenica (Spain), from 9 to 13 July. The presentation titled "Multilocus phylogenetic analisys of the genus Listeria: A pragmatic tool for species identification of new isolates.” will be presented by Dr. A. Martínez-Murcia, Head of Laboratory in GPS™ and member of “The Spanish Society for Microbiology” SEM.

2017 02 01 13 00 34 FEMS Microbiology Congress 2017 Valencia

Established in 1974, FEMS is now an active and diverse federation of 53 European learned societies that includes around 30,000 professionals who are committed to advancing microbiology for the benefit of society.  Located in 36 European countries, around half of these professionals are early career researchers, and the remainder include industry scientists, established academics, educators and campaigners.

 

18 Thursday, May  2017 16:00

From 13 to 15 September in Brno (Czech Republic), Dr. Martínez-Murcia with the invitation of "Honorable Speaker", will present "Promoting the phylogenetic analysis for the identification of isolates and genetic detection methods in laboratories of routine control" in "XXXVI Annual Meeting of the European Culture Collections' Organization (ECCO 2017)"

Ecco 2017

The aim of the ECCO 2017 meeting is to develop a platform for contacts and discussions between experts from culture collections to support cooperation between professionals in this field. The meeting will follow the spirit and style of the previous ECCO meetings. The program will include presentations from guest speakers, oral talks and poster sessions.

 

12 Monday, June  2017 14:30

3rd International Conference on Global Food Security: Global Challenges, Local Solutions and Connected Pathways "from 3 to 6 December in Cape Town (South Africa), as part of the AQUAVALENS consortium, GPS™ will present" Advanced qPCR innovations and Validation for microbial testing in water and food "

Gloabl Food

 

 Friday. 10 June  2017 12:00

Genetic PCR Solutions™ will participate actively at the 11th Conference of Rapid Methods Europe (RME2016) in Amsterdam the next 7th to 9th of November as part of the European Consortium Aquavalens (Aquavalens.org).

The talk entitled “From research to qPCR kit development and validation” will be presented by Dr A. Martínez-Murcia, Head of Laboratory at GPSTM, during the specific session for the Aquavalens project. Most developments and innovations by GPS will be shown at the vendor demonstration after the session above. GPSTM is leading the SME-group in Aquavalens. 

 

RME2016

 

ABOUT RME2016

RME2016 is the 11th conference in the Rapid Methods Europe series dedicated to innovations and breakthroughs in microbiological and chemical analysis of food, feed and water. This 11th edition will also include new developments in the animal diagnostics field.

RME16 Exhibitors

 RME2016 is aimed at a wide range of scientists and technologists wishing to gain insight into to innovations and breakthroughs in microbiological and chemical analysis of food, feed and water. Attending the conference is an invaluable opportunity for laboratory managers and technicians, food safety and quality assurance/quality control managers, technical managers, industrial and water treatment operators, public administrators, and others interested in rapid detection of microbial and chemical contaminants.

Tuesday. 26 February  2016 13:10 

The laboratory Genetic PCR SolutionsTM (GPSTM) has developed a new, “highly inclusive” RT-qPCR kit for rapid genetic detection of Zika virus.ç

 

Last Friday 19th, laboratories GPSTM from the company Genetic Analysis Strategies S.L. has launched a new RT-qPCR kit that allows Zika virus genetic detection in any sample. The GPSTM kit is already available worldwide. The test is more inclusive, all reagents are stable at room Tª and served in a MONODOSE format that minimize handling.

 

Recently, Zika virus disease – an emerging viral disease transmitted by Aedes mosquito bites - has been spreading in the Americas and the Caribbean, following the first cases reported in Brazil. Arrival of the virus has been associated with a steep increase in the birth of babies with abnormally small heads and in cases of Guillain-Barré syndrome. A causal relationship between Zika virus infection and birth defects and neurological syndromes has not been established, but is strongly suspected. As the spread of Zika virus disease continues in the American Region, the risk of Zika-infected travellers entering Europe increases. Imported cases of Zika virus infection have been reported in several European countries.

Zika la Verdad

On 1st February 2016, the World Health Organisation (WHO) declared the Zika Virus outbreak to be a Public Health Emergency of International Concern.

A report dated on 29th January from the Division of Vector-Borne Diseases, National Center for Emerging and Zoonotic Infectious Diseases, CDC, indicated: There is no commercially available test for Zika virus” and “serologic assays can be positive because of cross-reacting antibodies against related flaviviruses“.

In a few weeks, scientists from GPSTM have designed new specific primers and probes to detect the Zika virus, taking into account all new genomic sequences deposited to date at the public database (NCBI). As a consequence, the specificity of the test (in particular the inclusivity) has been improved in relation to these published to date in international journals. Calibration may be achieved with the standard known-copy number (included), to be used for estimative quantification.  The kit is available at several rxn-formats (F100, F300), but also in MONODOSE M60 and M120.

 

Research of Veterinary Diseases