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Stock symbol: CSI Mainz
The Lab at the Campus on the University of Mainz
Galantos Genetics is a special laboratory run by academics that not only provide quality service and genetic testing, but also create new improved forms of genetic and forensic tests. The genetic tests are carried out in Mainz ; the new research and creation of tests are a close cooperation with the American based company Independent Forensics.
All tests that are carried out by Galantos Genetics are subject to strict protocols and SOPs (standard operating procedures). The company fulfills all usual German and European standards. Our Project Manager Dr. Karl Reich is accredited by the American Standards of the NFSTC the AABB (American Association Of Blood Banks ) the DOH ( State of New York, Department of Health )and the FBI. Galantos has successfully took part in the GEDNAP interlaboratory comparisons.
Galantos Genetics GmbH is a specialist company for genetic tests. The company is the brainchild of University Professor Doctor Alfred Maelicke from the specialist area of medicine at the University of Mainz , the molecular biologist and Managing Director of the American company Independent Forensics, Dr. Karl Reich and other specialist scientists.
Management and Staff
Galantos Genetics enjoys one of the most modern laboratories with up to date equipment, which is on the Campus of the Johannes-Gutenberg-University of Mainz
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Last update of this entry: February 10, 2015
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