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Detection & Identification of Toxins & Pathogens



A Nanofluidic System for Rapid, Quantitative Multi-Pathogen Detection in One or More Samples Simultaneously

Baltimore, MD | Posted on April 8th, 2009

14th Biodetection Technologies · 2009 June 25-26, 2009 · Baltimore, MD USA

BioTrove, Inc. has developed a nanofluidic system combining the precision and accuracy of real-time quantitative PCR in a high density array format capable of rapid, quantitative detection of multiple pathogens in one or more specimens simultaneously. The functional independence of each assay in the panel simplifies assay design and validation and provides a high degree of flexibility in selecting the assay number that provides optimal information content. System miniaturization and passive nanofluidics simplifies user workflow and makes for a robust, reliable and reproducible detection system. Dr. Colin Brenan, BioTrove CTO and co-founder, will report on the system design, its function and its application to bacterial and viral identification and quantification in environmental and clinical specimens.

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