Category: CTK Biotech News

2017


06.15

Tropical Disease Diagnosis

Tropical Disease Watch at CTK: Tropical diseases are a class of infectious diseases named after the hot, humid climates in which they tend to be most prevalent. The majority of tropical diseases are spread by mosquitoes and are most common during the rainy season, however due to rising global temperatures transmissions are now occurring year-round. A Call to Action Here.... Read Full Article >

2017


04.15

CTK Goes Green!

CTK Biotech is pleased to announce a new step toward environmentally friendly production and a safer working environment for our employees.  As our market share and production volume continue to grow, we feel an increased responsibility to protect our environment and minimize our impact. The existing method for printing the test name on the cassette which uses paint and solvents.... Read Full Article >

2017


03.20

Visit us at MEDLAB Asia Pacific in Singapore

  CTK Biotech is proud to be one of 200 international companies exhibiting at MEDLAB Asia Pacific 2017.  MEDLAB will be held at the Suntec Singapore Convention & Exhibition Centre from April 3-5, 2017. You can sign-up for your free visitor registration on their home page.  Join over 3,000 laboratory professionals and learn about the latest diagnostics products available to the market. Please stop.... Read Full Article >

2017


02.05

Keeping a Competitive Edge in IVD

Keeping a Competitive Edge in IVD All businesses that operate in competitive markets feel pressure from their customers and their competitors to reduce prices while still maintaining maximum product quality and performance.  The balance of achieving this has been a challenge for CTK Biotech especially while we try to keep an eye on the company’s mission to improve global health.... Read Full Article >

2016


02.12

Zika virus: WHO declares public health emergency!

On February 1, 2016, the World Health Organization (WHO) declared a Public Health Emergency of International Concern after the rapid increase of microencephaly cases in newborn babies, which is strongly believed to be linked to women with an infectious history of the Zika virus (ZIKV) during pregnancy. http://www.cdc.gov/zika/index.html ZIKV recently emerged as an epidemic in Latin America, particularly in Brazil.... Read Full Article >