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NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – QuantuMDx, a Newcastle, UK-based molecular diagnostics company, last week announced that it had successfully completed the development of its Q-POC handheld testing device.

Q-POC is a microfluidic cassette that is inserted into a handheld reader and enables users to obtain the results of microarray-based assays for pathogen identification and associated drug resistance within 15 minutes. QuantuMDx is positioning the device for use in both developing and developed countries.

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