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A New Era in the Application of Lab-on-a-Chip to Rapid Point-of-Care Diagnosis
Date:5/17/2009

ATLANTA, May 17 /PRNewswire/ -- Hai Kang Life Corporation Limited (HKLife) announces further developments of its patented field-assisted LOAC (Lab-on-a-Chip) system, EFADchip technology at the BIO 2009 International Convention, the Global Event for Biotechnology held in Atlanta, through 18-21 May 2009. The BIO International Convention is the largest annual gathering for the biotechnology industry and attracts the biggest names in biotech, offers key networking and partnering opportunities and provides insights and inspiration on the major trends affecting the industry.

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Concurrent with the BIO Convention, HKLife also launches two new additions to its existing product portfolio: a Diagnostic Test Kit for Influenza Type A/H1N1 and a MOBILE FIELD UNIT ensuring effective deployment of diagnostic testing for point-of-care applications. The test kits have been developed in rapid response to the 2009 novel influenza A (H1N1) virus outbreak, as the World Health Organization (WHO) has called for all member states to enhance surveillance and diagnostic capacities for influenza and other acute respiratory infections. The MOBILE FIELD UNIT will deliver sensitive and accurate diagnostic capabilities to resource-limited urban, rural and remote locations where access to conventional clinical laboratories may be precluded.

Company Founder, Chairman and CEO, Professor Albert C. H. Yu will be speaking at the Bio Business Forum on Wednesday 20 May. Dr Yu is a renowned neuroscientist and bio-entrepreneur. His broad, cross-cultural experience and active involvement in both the academic and business environment led to the strategic vision behind the success of the HKLife team. Meanwhile, COO and General Manager, Dr. Terence L.T. Lau has been instrumental in driving
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