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March 2020

Maintaining quality and compliance

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The new coronavirus presents one of the most serious challenges we have ever faced. Laboratories are expected to provide consistent performance. Due to the COVID-19 outbreak and related uncertainties, it is quite a challenge to perform laboratory tests at the usual quality level. Quality and compliance at GenomeScan At GenomeScan, it is the task of the QA Department to make…

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Information for visitors during the coronavirus crisis

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The current coronavirus situation is new and quite challenging for all of us. In this moment, at GenomeScan, we are committed to keeping our employees, customers and suppliers safe while still offering the best possible service. Visitor’s notice Under normal circumstances access to GenomeScan’s laboratory is limited to authorized individuals in order to safeguard laboratories and secure important research equipments…

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Coronavirus precautions at GenomeScan

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GenomeScan’s activities during this unprecedent Coronavirus crisis GenomeScan is first and foremost concerned with the health of its staff, community and the larger public. The current coronavirus situation is new and quite challenging for all of us. In this moment, at GenomeScan, we are committed to keeping our employees, customers and suppliers safe, while still offering the best possible service….

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Genes, Chromosomes and Cancer

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The epigentics of melanoma. DNA is often methylated at the cytosine (C) base if the C is followed by a G base. Instead of a methylated or non-methylated C, one may also find 5-hydroxymethyl-C (hmC) at this position. GenomeScan has joined the MELGEN consortium to investigate the role of hmC in melanoma. Last month, Catarina Salgado and co-workers from the…

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