Dutch Biosensor Firm Ostendum Adopts Scienion Arrayers for Nanodevice Manufacturing | GenomeWeb

Ostendum will use Scienion's SciFlexarrayer instrument to print its lab-on-a-chip nanodevices, Scienion said this week.

Headquartered in Enschede, the Netherlands, Ostendum sells biosensing nanodevices for the detection of microorganisms, biomarkers, biomolecules, and nanoparticles. Its tools rely on interferometric nanotechnology, a sensitive, label-free approach that enables within minutes the detection of bacteria, viruses, yeasts, proteins and DNA molecules, as well as the determination of their concentrations.

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