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cTnI in Medical News

Singulex Advances Conversation on Personalized Medicine

...omarker c Troponin I (cTnI), a validated biomarker for cardiac necrosis, can be detected in healthy people. Singulex can also measure small changes in ctni levels that indicate stress to the heart, such as during treadmill stress tests, which other technologies cannot do. About Singulex Singulex devel...
cTnI in Medical Products

Acute Care Cardiac Troponin I

Description:... The second-generation Dade Behring Acute Care Troponin I (cTnI) method is the first FDA cleared high sensitivity ctni assay with the low-end precision necessary to meet the ESC/ACC guidelines (CV <10% at the 99th percentile of normal)....
Company:Dade Behring, Inc.
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