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Meet Health Gene Technologies in Arab Health 25-28 Jan!

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Health Gene Technologies took part in China-Russia official Chinese medicine partnership launch ceremony

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On 29th May, 2015, a large and official launch ceremony on Russia and China Cooperation for Chinese Medicine took place in a prestigious Diaoyutai Hotel in Beijing, China.

Russian representatives visited Beijing in order to help set up a comprehensive trade plan, establish a trade agency and make a public announcement on the future actions.

Health Gene Technologies was also taking part in the ceremony, presenting their products and the innovative AFA technology based on CE

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About Health Gene Technologies

Health Gene Technologies founded in August 2011 is focused on gene analysis, molecular diagnostics product development, as well as the production and the sales of the products. HGT boasts 2,000 square meters of molecular diagnostics R&D laboratory and a 1,000 square metre GMP standard purification plant. It employs both domestic and foreign leading molecular diagnostics and production management personnel, led by the professional R&D team.

Inspired by our motto “Health Technologies • Healthy Life” HGT commits to high standard AFA product development. The unique AFA technology is dedicated to independent R&D and production of nucleic acid molecule detection products. The products comply with leading international standards for human ID and paternity identification, infectious pathogen detection, individualized medication guide and provides the most superior molecular detection solutions.


 

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http://www.healthgenetech.com/


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Health Gene Technologies Present at 3rdChina (Mianyang) Science & Technology City International High-Tech & Science Expo

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The 3rd China (Mianyang) Science & Technology City International High-Tech & Science Expo was held in Mianyang, Sichuan, from September 17 to 20. The expo boasted a total exhibition area of 80,000 square meters with more than 800 exhibitors.

HEALTH Gene Technologies took part in this expo for the first time, supported by Ningbo Science and Technology Bureau, as a member of Ningbo Hi-Tech Enterprise delegation. Exhibitors from 47 countries and regions exhibited 8637 products cover 7 disciplines, such as electronic information and advanced manufacturing etc.

HEALTH Gene Technologies exhibited innovative and patented molecular diagnostic and forensic DNA reagents.


About Health Gene Technologies

Health Gene Technologies founded in August 2011 is focused on gene analysis, molecular diagnostics product development, as well as the production and the sales of the products. HGT boasts 2,000 square meters of molecular diagnostics R&D laboratory and a 1,000 square metre GMP standard purification plant. It employs both domestic and foreign leading molecular diagnostics and production management personnel, led by the professional R&D team.

Inspired by our motto “Health Technologies • Healthy Life” HGT commits to high standard AFA product development. The unique AFA technology is dedicated to independent R&D and production of nucleic acid molecule detection products. The products comply with leading international standards for human ID and paternity identification, infectious pathogen detection, individualized medication guide and provides the most superior molecular detection solutions.


For more information, please visit:

http://www.healthgenetech.com/

 

 


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ISFG is the 26th Congress of the International Society for Forensic Genetic

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The congress is by far the biggest and the most influential forensic congress for scientists, manufacturers, laboratory technicians and key opinion leaders abroad. ISFG takes part every two years, and the next congress will be moved to Asia, Seoul, South Korea.

This year the congress has been organized in the most beautiful city of Cracow in Poland. Cracow used to be the olden capital of Poland and still boasts beautiful castles, a living old town, a whole lot of tourists.


Health Gene Technologies is the first Chinese company to have taken part in ISFG, and are very honoured to receive a lot of international attention. We are also taking part in intensive forensic training and working groups to communicate the newest industry information.

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After ISFG Health Gene Technologies will be moving to another huge forensic industry event – EAFS in Prague, hurry to book meetings with us!


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Health Gene Technologies’ debut in the Forensic World: ISFG

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Health Gene Technologies is going on an all-forensic-DNA trip this end of August to early September. We will be exhibiting in one of the most influential conferences for Forensic products.

The conference is organized by ISFG -International Society for Forensic Genetics.The society aims to promote scientific knowledge in the field of genetic markers as applied to forensic science.This is mainly being achieved through regular meetings of either regional or international nature, our journal Forensic Science International: Genetics and the work of our expert DNA commissions.

This year the 26th ISFG Congress will be held in Kraków, Poland, August 31 – September 5, 2015.

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Health Gene Technologies’ products will be exhibited there as well. Keep an eye on:SureID® 21G Human STR Identification Kit, SureID® 27Y Human STR Identification Kit, SureID® PanGlobal Human DNA Identification Kit, and SureID® Compass Human DNA Identification Kit.

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HEALTH Gene Tech at AACC 2015

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Atlanta, USA 28th to 30th July

This is Health Gene Tech’s second appearance at AACC:AACC is the largest and most professional exhibition in clinical laboratory history. It brings together more than 700 exhibitors and 18’000 visitors from more than 100 countries around the world: chief laboratory physicians, business managers and executives, medical experts, product development experts, and other high profile executives. This is the best place to be and catch up with the hottest news in the clinical medicine world this year.

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Health Gene Tech’s on show exhibits included capillary electrophoresis analyzer-3500xl Dx and three lines of reagent kits developed on the analyzer, ie. CE-IVD marked HPV 25X multiplex kit, ALDH2/ADH1B genotyping kit and CYP2C19 genotyping kit. Additionally, visitors could take a look at human identification kits and RUO reagents.

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The picture above shows on of the main platforms that Health Gene Tech’s reagents are compatible with- ABI3500xlDx.

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Health Gene Tech exhibited up-to-date molecular diagnostic products and will keep on dedicating its efforts to developing more sophisticatedGene Fragment Analysis Applications.


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All About X and Y-chromosomes

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300 million years ago, there was no Y-chromosome, and gender was only determined by the physical environment, like, temperature; however, one day, a genetic mutation happened on one X-chromosome in a primitive mammal, which was the birth of SRY. And, as we now know it, that X-chromosome with SRY is now called Y-chromosome.

However, Y-chromosome is still too young, 300 million year’s time is still not enough for full stabilization. For unknown reasons, X and Y-chromosome keep conflicting with each other, and the result is the genes in Y-chromosome have decreased from 1400 at first to only dozens right now.

What a horrible story! Scientists began to worry about the future of Y-chromosome, which also brings out a rather important problem: Will males disappear?!

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But then the story takes an unexpected turn.

The study of Diego Cortez, from Swiss Institute of Bioinformatics and his team demonstrated that Y-chromosome’s gene loss disappeared approximately 2500 years ago, while the genes that are left might possess great powers stabilized genetic formulas.

As is known to all, other chromosomes all have the ability of recombination and crossover with their ‘twin siblings’, while Y-chromosome can only repair and be saved on both sides only through its corresponding X-chromosome. Another question thus arises again, how does it do that?

Although Y-chromosome is the smallest chromosome in our body, figuring out its content is definitely not a piece of cake. In the initial stage of HGP (Human Genome Project), it really sounded insane to identify what exactly the gene was in the intermediate range – mostly due to the fact that there were too many duplicated genes and inert genes (no physiological function) there. An expert from this field used to pose an example‘Analyzing genes in Y-chromosome is like walking into a room built by mirrors – one cannot even tell ceiling and floor apart.’

Not until 2003 did scientists figure out the secret of the ‘mirror’- it is actually the palindrome structure of the genetic code. For example, ABCDEFG and GFEDCBA just form a palindrome structure, which is also known as a mirror image. The former troublesome mirror has now become the key to the investigation of Y-chromosome. Subsequently, scientists found it is this‘mirror’ that prevents Y-chromosome from degeneration. Palindrome structure helps Y-chromosome to bend from the middle range, which makes recombination and crossover possible. It also plays the role of backups by repairing the mutation from the opposite one. Scientists believe the dozens of genes left in Y-chromosome will remain stable for a long period time.

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The research on Y-chromosome has never ceased. STRtyper-27Y multiplex PCR florescence test kit developed by Health Gene Tech is mainly used on paternal genetic test. It increases the identification resolution from males of kin. Not only does the optimized reaction system decreases the amplification time, but also the period of validity becomes much longer.

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  1. Charlesworth, B. & Charlesworth, D. Trans. R. Soc. Lond. B 355, 1563-1572 (2000).
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