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Madeleine covers PCR, nucleic acid amplification, and sample prep technologies for GenomeWeb.
Reported as "nucleic acid amplification test-detectable" units per milliliter, the limits of detection of more than 50 commercial tests differed by 10,000-fold.
The method uses standard lab equipment and the nanoswitches can be easily reconfigured and made in large batches at a cost of about $0.01 per reaction.
The community is poised to be the primary channel for stakeholders to communicate PGx concerns with FDA, but it is unclear if all stakeholders will participate.
The firm was one of the first to have a COVID-19 test receive EUA from the FDA. It is also developing a COVID-19/flu combo test for which it will seek EUA.
The Warsaw, Poland-based startup expects to submit a rapid SARS-CoV-2 molecular test for EUA and is seeking US manufacturing and distribution partners.
The New York startup is curating available data for all Emergency Use Authorized molecular diagnostic tests for the benefit of the public.
Funding from RADx and NIAID will enable the scale-up of multiplexed viral detection microarrays to 4 million tests per month.
The firm is using ddPCR to support testing 3,000 samples per day with a turnaround time of approximately 24 hours
Grassroots efforts are leading the way in a number of commercial and non-commercial screening tests in development.
CEO Doug Bryant noted, in particular, what he expects will be a hunger for rapid protein-based antigen tests for the coronavirus that the market currently can't fill.
Howard Hughes Medical Institute will be requiring its researchers to publish their work so it is immediately accessible to the public, ScienceInsider writes.
The Huffington Post reports that Francis Collins, the director of the US National Institutes of Health, has urged Americans to recommit to reason.
About 150 million rapid coronavirus tests purchased by the US federal government are to be distributed to nursing homes, colleges, and the states, according to the New York Times.
In Nature this week: multi-omic analysis of Alzheimer's disease brain samples, de novo assembly of a diploid potato, and more.