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QIAGEN erweitert Pipeline für die personalisierte Medizin um vielversprechende genomische Biomarker zur Prognosebestimmung bei Blutkrebsbehandlungen
Date:7/24/2014

, Veterinärdiagnostik und Lebensmitteltestung), Pharma (pharmazeutische und biotechnologische Unternehmen) sowie Akademische Forschung (Life Science Forschung). Stand 31. März 2014 beschäftigte QIAGEN weltweit über 4.000 Mitarbeiter an mehr als 35 Standorten. Weitere Informationen über QIAGEN finden Sie unter http://www.qiagen.com/.

Einige der Angaben in dieser Pressemitteilung können im Sinne von Paragraph 27A des U.S. Securities Act (US-Aktiengesetz) von 1933 in ergänzter Fassung und Paragraph 21E des U.S. Securities Exchange Act (US-Aktienhandelsgesetz) von 1934 in ergänzter Fassung als zukunftsgerichtete Aussagen ("forward-looking statements") gelten. Soweit in dieser Meldung zukunftsgerichtete Aussagen über QIAGENs Produkte, Märkte, Strategie und operative Ergebnisse gemacht werden, einschließlich aber nicht begrenzt auf die zu erwartenden operativen Ergebnisse, neue Produktentwicklungen, neue Produkteinführungen, regulatorische Einreichungen und Finanzplanungen, geschieht dies auf der Basis derzeitiger Erwartungen und Annahmen, die mit gewissen Unsicherheiten und Risiken verbunden sind. Dazu zählen unter anderem: Risiken im Zusammenhang mit Wachstumsmanagement und internationalen Geschäftsaktivitäten (einschließlich Auswirkungen von Währungsschwankungen und der Abhängigkeit von regulatorischen sowie Logistikprozessen), Schwankungen der Betriebsergebnisse und ihre Verteilung auf unsere Geschäftsfelder, die Entwicklung der Märkte für unsere Produkte (einschließlich angewandter Testverfahren, personalisierter Medizin, klinischer Forschung, Proteomik, Frauenheilkunde/ HPV-Testung und molekularer Diagnostik), Veränderung unserer Beziehungen zu Kunden, Lieferanten und strategischen Partnern, das Wettbewerbsumfeld, schneller oder unerwarteter technologischer Wandel, Schwankungen in der Nachfrage nach QI
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