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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...

New diagnostic microbiome test

Test analyses a variety of infectious diseases in a single patient sample

SSI has developed a new diagnostic microbiome test that can detect most bacterial, fungal and parasitic pathogens. Read more about the new analysis...
The number of gonorrhoea cases keeps climbing. The increase was particularly pronounced among heterosexually infected men and w...
During admission to a regional hospital in Denmark, a school-aged girl had measles detected following a tourist journey to Thai...
The objective of the general screening of pregnant women is to avoid mother-to-child transmission of HIV, hepatitis B and syphi...

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Gonorrhoea 2015
Meningococcal disease 2015
Purulent meningitis 2015
Syphilis 2015
Measles cases in the Copenhagen area
Hepatitis B, HIV and syphilis screening of pregnant women, 2015
Chlamydia 2015

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Statens Serum Institut has participated in a study that describes an outbreak of tuberculosis in East Greenland. Using whole-genome seque...
Many women with perceived severe adverse reactions to the HPV vaccination showed symptoms before the first vaccination.
Statens Serum Institut has contributed to the first study that demonstrates that first-degree relatives of people who have been hospitali...
Every other one of us carries the staphylococcus bacterium in our nose. But why don’t the other half? The theory is other bacteria in the...

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