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SIRS-Lab

sirs-lab.de

Founded Year

2000

Stage

Other Investors | Alive

About SIRS-Lab

SIRS-Lab with its diagnostic portfolio! VYOO Sepsis Test is a multiplex pcr detection kit to identifiy bacteria and fungi in whole blood! LOOXSTER sample preparation kit concentrates bacterial and fungal DNA! With expert knowledge in molecular diagnostic, critical care medicine, microbiology, assay design and gene expression service!

Headquarters Location

Winzerlaer Strasse 2a

7745,

Germany

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SIRS-Lab Patents

SIRS-Lab has filed 1 patent.

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Application Date

Grant Date

Title

Related Topics

Status

3/2/2005

7/9/2013

Molecular biology, DNA, Transcription factors, DNA replication, Biotechnology

Grant

Application Date

3/2/2005

Grant Date

7/9/2013

Title

Related Topics

Molecular biology, DNA, Transcription factors, DNA replication, Biotechnology

Status

Grant

SIRS-Lab Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • When was SIRS-Lab founded?

    SIRS-Lab was founded in 2000.

  • What is SIRS-Lab's latest funding round?

    SIRS-Lab's latest funding round is Other Investors.

  • Who are the investors of SIRS-Lab?

    Investors of SIRS-Lab include Venture Capital Fund of New England, Affentranger Associates, bm-t beteiligungsmanagement thuringen and KfW.

  • Who are SIRS-Lab's competitors?

    Competitors of SIRS-Lab include BioGX, OpGen, HTG Molecular Diagnostics, WaferGen Bio-systems, CareDx and 13 more.

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