News & Events
Monday, 03 September 2012
Come along and say hello - if you would like to set up a meeting please send us an email.
See you there
Saturday, 07 January 2012
Thursday, 06 October 2011Great News for Lorne in Canada
Lorne are very pleased to announce Health Canada registration. These are the products we have registered - more to follow.........
Polyclonal Anti-s, Lorne catalogue number 314002, Health Canada assigned device number 564516
Polyclonal Anti-Fyb, Lorne catalogue number 317002, Health Canada assigned device number 564517
Polyclonal Anti-k, Lorne catalogue number 320002, Health Canada assigned device number 564540
Polyclonal Anti-Kpa, Lorne catalogue number 321002, Health Canada assigned device number 564541
Polyclonal Anti-Kpb, Lorne catalogue number 322002, Health Canada assigned device number 564542
Polyclonal Anti-Jka, Lorne catalogue number 323002, Health Canada assigned device number 564543
Polyclonal Anti-Jkb, Lorne catalogue number 324002, Health Canada assigned device number 564544
Polyclonal Anti-Lua, Lorne catalogue number 330002, Health Canada assigned device number 564545
Polyclonal Anti-Lub, Lorne catalogue number 331002, Health Canada assigned device number 564546
For futher information contact us today.
Wednesday, 17 August 2011Lorne will be having a stand at this years BBTS event in Glasgow. Come and say hello or if you would like to set up a specific meeting call Christine or James on 0118 921 2264.
See you then.
Wednesday, 23 March 2011Lorne will have a stand at BGS Reading 2011 between 14th and 16th April – call us if you would like to set up a meeting .
Lorne Laboratories Limited
Unit 1 Danehill
Cutbush Park Industrial Estate
Tel:+44 (0) 118 921 2264
Fax:+44 (0) 118 986 4518
Welcome to Blood Group Serology Reading! Registered Charity Number :1140378
Blood Group Serology Reading steering committee is aiming to provide an extended scientific conference, affordable to the NHS, located in the south of England, primarily aimed at hospital based Transfusion Scientists and related staff.
Reading with its excellent university facilities and transport links is an ideal venue for this conference. The university campus based accommodation will facilitate a more affordable and friendly conference, taking account of NHS financial restraints. This will allow a greater number of delegates to attend and improve their working knowledge of transfusion science.
The stimulating scientific programme will be enhanced by a broad-spectrum commercial exhibition and balanced by a full and exciting social programme.
The easiest and most direct route is via the M4 motorway. Leave the motorway at Junction 11. Please note that there have been recent changes to the road layout at the top of the slip road.
- When you reach the roundabout at the top of the slip road follow the signs for the University of Reading.
- Follow this road and at the first roundabout turn left on to the A327 (Shinfield Road).
- Follow this road and go straight through two sets of traffic lights, passing a parade of shops and Leighton Park School.
For the main entrance and reception
- Continue straight across at the third set of traffic lights, the junction with Pepper Lane
- After the traffic light junction you will see the campus on the right hand side, enter via the Shinfield Road entrance
by RailReading Station has extensive rail links being only 25 minutes from London Paddington. See Network Rail for further details.
by BusFrom Reading town centre:
9, 12 & 20 from Market Place or the Station.
N3 & N4 Night Service.
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