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Leigh Leigh at bangslabs.com
Tue Sep 16 07:32:20 EST 1997

Mail*Link(r) Remote           FWD>Latex in Diagnostics Course: Early October

Register NOW!
Time is short for registration! 
Course seats and rooms are filling up! 

Latex in Diagnostics Course
Announcing the 9th and 10th offerings
     of the popular Latex Short Course: 
Medical Diagnostic Applications of Latex Technology
Content: Theory and practical details of coating and using microspheres (or
latex particles) in diagnostic tests and assays and other biomedical
We will teach about understanding, caring for, coating, and using microspheres,
and will discuss applications ranging from latex agglutination tests;
turbidimetric immunoassays; immunochromatographic or "strip" tests; particle
capture ELISA " spot" tests; solid phase immunoassays using magnetic particles;
to the newest "proximity" assays, where an immunological reaction brings two
dissimilar microspheres together permitting energy transfer and light emission. 
Faculty: Internationally known teachers, researchers, and consultants in the
Dates: October 1, 2, & 3, 1997 in San Francisco (Ramada Plaza Hotel at
Wharf),  and 
       October 6, 7, & 8, 1997  in London (Tower Thistle Hotel--near the Tower
Bridge and Tower of London). 
Cost:  $975 (including most meals; hotel lodging is extra)

Registration is still open, but there is a limit of 80 attendees for each
course.If you have any interest, please contact us promptly to ask for "Latex
Course brochure" and give postal
address or fax number where we can send it. 
Complete details and registration forms are also available at web site:

Leigh Bangs, aka "The Particle Doctor(TM)";  leigh at bangslabs.com 
Bangs Laboratories, Inc., 9025 Technology Drive, Fishers, IN 46038-2886 USA
Tel: 317-570-7020  Fax: 317-570-7034
"The Microsphere Zone"  [Web Site: http://www.bangslabs.com]

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