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The Institute for Medical Microbiology of the University Medical Center Goettingen Selects Bruker Corporation's MALDI Biotyper for Bacterial and Fungal Identification


11/9/2010 10:13:11 AM

BREMEN, Germany--(BUSINESS WIRE)--At the European MALDI Biotyper User Group (‘BUG’) meeting, Bruker Daltonics announced today that the Institute for Medical Microbiology of the University Medical Center in Goettingen, Germany (Universitätsmedizin Göttingen, or UMG), has installed the Bruker MALDI Biotyper as their next-generation, rapid molecular microbial identification system. The UMG Institute for Medical Microbiology is responsible for research, teaching and diagnosis of bacteriological, mycological and parasitological infectious diseases. Moreover the Institute is also the German National Reference Centre for systemic mycosis and runs hundreds of yeasts and fungi samples per year. The UMG globally acknowledged yeasts and fungi specialists have extensive experience in mycosis infectious diseases, as they characterize and identify such demanding microorganisms on a daily basis.

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