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Zentrum für Humangenetik und Laboratoriumsmedizin Dr. Klein und Dr. Rost

The Laboratory Dr. Klein & Dr. Rost in Martinsried near Munich was founded in 1998 as a spin-off from the university hospital Großhadern in Munich. One of the critical factors of success was the professionalization of diagnostic sequencing at a time, when many other still worked with DGGE or DHPLC for mutation search. Today, the facility employs 100 staff including 30 molecular biologists and is the number 1 in diagnostic sequencing in Germany. The laboratory holds an accrediation according to ISO 15189 and 17025 and the European Federation of Immungenetics (EFI) and was the first to be accredited for array analyses in Germany. The service portfolio covers the entire range of genetics including molecular and cytogenetics, pharmacogenetics, immunogenetics, reproduction genetics and molecular oncology. *


Period Start 1998-01-01 splitoff
  Predecessor LMU Munich, Institute for Clinical Chemistry
Products Industry laboratory services
  Industry 2 molecular diagnostics
Region Region Martinsried
  Country Germany
  Street 29 Lochhamer Str.
  City 82152 Martinsried
  Tel +49-89--895578-0
    Address record changed: 2018-07-24
Basic data Employees D: 101 to 500 (2017-09-07)
    * Document for �About Section�: Roche. (1/17/12). "Press Release: Roche’s GS Junior Sequencing System Used in Research on Personalized Tumor Treatment". Branford, CT.
Record changed: 2017-09-29


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