Startup Diassess Creating Multiplex POC Device for Both Protein and Nucleic Acid Detection | GenomeWeb

Working with a microfluidic system first developed at the University of California, Berkeley, newly formed company Diassess is planning to use a $148,000 Small Business Innovation Research grant from the National Institutes of Health to demonstrate a single-cartridge, self-powered, sample-to-answer, point of care device for multiplex detection of both protein and nucleic acid biomarkers.

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