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Date:6/8/2011

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About Kliniken der Stadt Koln, Institute of Pathology and Institute for Hygiene

Kliniken der Stadt Koln gGmbH is a network of urban hospitals that includes the hospitals in Cologne-Merheim and Cologne-Holweide as well as the Amsterdamer StraBe pediatric hospital. With more than 1,500 beds, the hospital group is the largest provider of inpatient health services in Cologne. Approximately 4,000 staff members treat, care for and handle about 60,000 patients per year on an inpatient basis, and more than twice as many on an outpatient basis. With annual revenues of roughly 280 million euros, the network is one of the large urban hospitals in Germany. Kliniken der Stadt Koln gGmbH is run by CEO Prof. Christian Schmidt, MD and MPH, and Roman Lovenfosse-Gehrt. Research teaching is a top priority at Kliniken der Stadt Koln gGmbH: the three urban hospitals are teaching hospitals of the University of Cologne; the hospital at Cologne-Merheim is a clinical center of the University of Witten/Herdecke.  http://www.kliniken-koeln.de/uberuns/Hygiene/

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Luminex Corporation develops, manufactures and markets proprietary biological testing technologies with applications throughout the diagnostic and life sciences industries. The company's xMAP multiplex solutions include an open-architecture, multi-analyte technology platform that delivers fast, accurate and cost-effective bioassay results to markets as diverse as pharmaceutical drug discovery, clinical diagnostics and biomedical research, including genomic and proteomic research markets. The company's xMAP technology is sold worldwide and is already in use in leading clinical laboratories as well as major pharmaceutical, diagnostic and biotechnology companies. Further information on Luminex Corporation or xMAP technology can be obtained at

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