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CONDA periodically sends you all news concerning our business and the field. We now have this archive to keep all newsletters available for you at any moment.

April 2015

Laboratorios CONDA on Social Networks

Laboratorios CONDA ventures into social media with its very own LinkedIn and Facebook pages! Be the first to discover our latest news, promotions, new products, trade fairs, events and other matters...continue reading


April 2015

Fanny Hesse and her contribution to bacteriology

International Women’s Day was celebrated March 8th. We would like to commend all women everywhere and highlight the important research work performed by many women throughout history which, not...continue reading


April 2015

FP AGAROSE

Finger Printing DNA Agarose is a powerful tool in laboratories performing forensic testing, paternity determination, cell line verification, tissue typing, and others. FP DNA Agarose meets all...continue reading


April 2015

Update ISO 9308-1: 2014

The presence and extent of fecal pollution is an important factor in assessing the quality of water and the risk to human health from infection. Examination of water samples for the presence of...continue reading


January 2015

Beer and Bread yeast-eating Bacteria Aid Human Health

Bacteria that have evolved to eat their way through yeast in the human intestine could break new ground in the development of new treatments for people suffering from bowel diseasescontinue reading


January 2015

Workshop in Oman

Laboratorios CONDA, together with BioOman, participated in the Workshop Culture Testing and Chromogenic Media in Microbiology Service held in Muscat, Sultanate of Oman, 17th December 2014. continue reading


January 2015

CONDA in ARAB HEALTH 2015

ARAB HEALTH 2015 is here. Come and visit us.continue reading


January 2015

Conflict Minerals

There is a global conflict over certain minerals that are used as raw materials and for the manufacturing of some products such as:continue reading


January 2015

AGAROSE D5

D-5 Agarose is used for the separation of large fragments of DNA, as well as for the PFGE Technique and Blotting. continue reading


January 2015

Clostridium perfringens

FACTS AND IDENTIFICATIONcontinue reading