Award for HIV monitoring

The CyFlow and CyLab technique (e.g. for economical CD4/CD8 counting in HIV monitoring in developing countries) has received 1st prize in the Innovations Award 2003, given by the State Ministry of Economy, Dresden, Germany.

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CyFlow and CyLab have also received a certificate - an official approval for the perfect counting capabilities of the Partec FCM technology - from the German Institute of Standards (PTB, Braunschweig), the manufacturer reports.


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