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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Sdi Group Plc LSE:SDI London Ordinary Share GB00B3FBWW43 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.50 -0.24% 204.50 202.00 207.00 206.00 204.50 206.00 210,342 11:30:15
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Electronic & Electrical Equipment 35.1 5.6 4.8 42.5 204

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02/4/2019
07:22
Syngene news: Https://www.syngene.com/news/top-uk-university-is-successfully-using-syngene-imaging-system-to-rapidly-study-proteins-dna-and-cells-associated-with-breast-cancer/ "Top UK University is successfully using Syngene imaging system to rapidly study proteins, DNA and cells associated with breast cancer April 1st, 2019 Syngene, a world-leading manufacturer of image analysis solutions, today announced its G:BOX Chemi XX6 multi-application imager is being utilised by scientists at a major London university to speed up analysis of proteins, DNA and cells associated with breast and a range of other cancer types. Scientists at the university are using a G:BOX Chemi XX6 multi-application imager to rapidly detect changes in DNA and protein expressed in human breast and other cancer tissues utilising DNA gels and ECL-based chemiluminescent Western blots respectively. They are also using the system to record images of six-well plates containing cancer cells stained with crystal violet to estimate total viable cell counts. The data generated is providing information which scientists at the university are using to understand fundamental mechanisms of cancer cells and their microenvironment and could help to identify new therapeutic targets and patient stratification methods. The Laboratory Manager at the university explained: “Originally, we were looking for two imaging systems because we need equipment that can image Westerns, DNA gels and even multi-well plates. We reviewed equipment from three suppliers and the feedback from all the researchers was that the Syngene G:BOX Chemi XX6 provided images of good quality in a broad range of applications and this meant we only had to have one system for everything.” He continued: “Now 30 of our researchers regularly use the G:BOX Chemi XX6 system to image around 10 Western blots daily. This system is simple to use and allows us to have a higher throughput of results compared to using X-ray film. At full capacity, we think we could generate 20 blot images every day and we even use the G:BOX Chemi XX6 for producing images of cells stained with crystal violet. In future, some of our researchers want to do fluorescent Western blotting and we have had the right lighting fitted so that our system will allow us to do this too.” To find out about the versatile range of applications a G:BOX Chemi XX6 imaging system can perform, click this link: www.syngene.com/g-box-chemi-xx6/ “We’re delighted that this major UK University is using a Syngene imaging system to accelerate their cancer research,” comments Dr Martin Biggs, Sales Manager at Syngene. “The choice of a G:BOX Chemi XX6 for use by so many scientists for such a high throughput of Western blots shows how reliable this technology is for generating good quality imaging results with a range of diverse applications.”
rivaldo
01/4/2019
07:34
Check out the horn on LUCE guys
lucicavi
01/4/2019
07:19
A Dozen Dolphins Have Beached Themselves, Showing The Deadly Hallmark of Alzheimer's 31 MAR 2019 Over a dozen dolphins, stranded on the beaches of Florida and Massachusetts, have been found with brains full of amyloid plaques, a hallmark of Alzheimer's disease. The scientists who made the discovery think it may be a warning to us all: alongside the Alzheimer's-like plaques, the team also found the environmental toxin BMAA. buywell note: It is not just Dolphins but also whales ... this is why they are beaching themselves They have contracted the equivalent of a marine form of BSE The amount of bad prions from both contaminated human and animal waste, and rotting bodies of infected carcasses flowing into the seas from rivers and streams has finally reached toxic levels for those in the sea that consume large quantities of other living marine life who likewise are also infected. In other words predator marine species demonstrate the symptoms first because their chances of contaminated prion material is multiplied thousands of times by their intake of other fish ... one who might be infected ... and thus easy to catch. NOT an april fool hTtp://www.sci-news.com/biology/cyanobacterial-neurotoxin-amyloid-plaques-brains-stranded-dolphins-07039.html
buywell3
01/4/2019
06:53
Does not yet appear to be in the UK deer population yet but at risk https://www.bds.org.uk/index.php/research/chronic-wasting-disease-cwd/chronic-wasting-disease-in-the-uk See also - https://www2.gov.scot/Topics/farmingrural/Agriculture/animal-welfare/Diseases/disease/wasting and https://www.gov.scot/publications/chronic-wasting-disease/ which confirms no CWD yet detected in the UK so probably still safe to consume road kill. Aslo however the above Scot pulication states "Human health implications - There are no human health implications because the disease is not zoonotic." In view of Buywell's above posts could this be wrong? Buywell - over to you to take on the Scottish gov!!
pugugly
01/4/2019
04:55
The US Government agency Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has this to say: ''An additional study begun in 2009 by Canadian and German scientists, which has not yet been published in the scientific literature, is evaluating whether CWD can be transmitted to macaques—a type of monkey that is genetically closer to people than any other animal that has been infected with CWD previously. On July 10, 2017, the scientists presented a summary of the study’s progress (access the recorded presentation and slides Cdc-pdf[PDF 3.88MB]), in which they showed that CWD was transmitted to monkeys that were fed infected meat (muscle tissue) or brain tissue from CWD-infected deer and elk. Some of the meat came from asymptomatic deer that had CWD (i.e., deer that appeared healthy and had not begun to show signs of the illness yet). Meat from these asymptomatic deer was also able to infect the monkeys with CWD. CWD was also able to spread to macaques that had the infectious material placed directly into their brains. This study showed different results than a previous study published in the Journal of Virology in 2018, which had not shown successful transmission of CWD to macaques. The reasons for the different experimental results are unknown. To date, there is no strong evidence for the occurrence of CWD in people, and it is not known if people can get infected with CWD prions. Nevertheless, these experimental studies raise the concern that CWD may pose a risk to people and suggest that it is important to prevent human exposures to CWD. Additional studies are under way to identify if any prion diseases could be occurring at a higher rate in people who are at increased risk for contact with potentially CWD-infected deer or elk meat. Because of the long time it takes before any symptoms of disease appear, scientists expect the study to take many years before they will determine what the risk, if any, of CWD is to people.'' htTps://www.cdc.gov/prions/cwd/transmission.html
buywell3
26/3/2019
16:14
Indeed, nothing wrong in leaving something for the next man!Medium to long term looking excellent.
hastings
26/3/2019
15:52
Had had a blistering run.....folks falling over themselves at 49/50/51 for a position......all healthy.... Onwards and upwards............ Liquidity works both ways.....
soundbuy
26/3/2019
15:01
Good value again below 45p, with an expected year end trading update in late April / early May. Trading "comfortably in line" back in February, so every chance they'll come in ahead & we move back to 50p+
xajorkith
26/3/2019
13:30
Glasshalffull being one Think pieric was another
ronwilkes123
26/3/2019
13:28
I'm not sure it's all them A few regarded twitter posters announced sales on Friday - I think partly they are to blame as people blindly follow suit
ronwilkes123
26/3/2019
13:23
Looks like Miton at it again. That pile of idiots have cost me a lot of money recently.
pshevlin
26/3/2019
12:40
Why hit so much today
ronwilkes123
26/3/2019
11:27
Where's the key point on the chart buywell 43p ? If it goes under this is it a chart failure ?
ronwilkes123
25/3/2019
13:01
Apologies Hastings I meant finals
ronwilkes123
25/3/2019
11:27
Interims only four weeks away
ronwilkes123
25/3/2019
11:23
Depends if our Institutional sellers Octopus and Miton are still sellers Why they would be sellers beats me with this chart set up The 50ma has gone through the 100ma and is now just pushing through the 200ma Can't get any better really when put together with recent news flow on good acquisitions made But who knows they might have made the decision to exit completely ? Remembering they both did most of their selling at 34.5p to 35.5p area last time
buywell3
25/3/2019
11:15
I'm not sure buywell - the twitterati announcing sales late last week may mean we drop back in the short term
ronwilkes123
25/3/2019
11:00
Of course he is still holding SDI could get bought out at any time We don't know who has bought around 20% of their stock in the last 3 months This is one of those companies that you have to be in it to win it News could come any day
buywell3
22/3/2019
20:26
Still holding buywell ? You've gone quiet
ronwilkes123
21/3/2019
08:59
I expect maybe 5-10% higher than today
ronwilkes123
21/3/2019
08:52
What do you expect the price to go up to by the end of this year?
tomv33
21/3/2019
08:44
How big do you think sdi can get ?£1.00 within 3 years ?
ronwilkes123
21/3/2019
08:35
Before this coming Xmas IMO Now here is a very interesting chart to look at , AGM update came out today and it is very good IMO Another thing you need to learn about with Charts is Cycles ie repeating chart shapes in similar time frames , they are here as in SDI chart I have posted previously
buywell2
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