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SSI Antibodies

Our new subsite has been designed to provide an enhanced customer experience with improved navigation and functionality throughout. New subsite featuring SSI Antibodies
Danish National Biobank

The Danish National Biobank

The Danish National Biobank gives scientists from Denmark and abroad overview and access to more than 16 million biological samples in both existing and future collections. Read more about the Danish National Biobank...
27-04-2016
But the latest actual epidemic in Denmark occurred 14 years ago.
20-04-2016
The occurrence was the lowest recorded in the past 15 years. But the decrease did not continue in 2015
13-04-2016
It’s with great excitement that we welcome you to our new subsite: ssi.dk/antibodies.

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Whooping cough 2015
Whooping cough in children below 2 years of age
Updated guidelines on whooping cough post-exposure prophy...
Tuberculosis 2014
Hexavalent vaccine for the childhood vaccination programme will be provided with the name of Hexaxim®. The v...
Update on the Zika virus situation
Status quo on the Ebola virus outbreak in West Africa
Acute hepatitis C and chronic hepatitis C
MMR vaccination for 12-years-old
Bacterial intestinal infections 2014-15

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29-02-2016
A bi-nationwide study from Denmark and Sweden including 900.000 patients can not confirm a suspected increased risk of arrhythmia in pati...
05-01-2016
According to a new register-based study from Statens Serum Institut, published in the prestigious scientific journal JAMA, pregnant women...
26-10-2014
Febrile seizures represent a recognized serious adverse event following measles, mumps, and rubella (MMR) vaccination. Researchers from S...
10-08-2014
By combining information from the Danish Health registries and biological samples from the Danish National Biobank, researchers at Staten...

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