iDiagnostics is the future of precision medicine. With your help we will make iDiagnostics available for all. Additionally, iDiagnostics will help to minimize the risk of humanity self-eradication. iDiagnostics employs TIRF microarray technology; to learn more about TIRF visit www.tirf-labs.com
iDiagnostics for All
nonprofit project, which goal is to develop advanced molecular diagnostics for home use
to reduce the damages caused by naturally occurring diseases and
to minimize the risks of humanity self-eradication by biological technologies
with TIRF Labs
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