This story originally ran on June 9.

By Adam Bonislawski

In a study published in the June issue of Nature Biotechnology, researchers from diagnostics firm Quanterix demonstrated the ability of the company's Single Molecule Array – or SiMoA – technology to detect prostate specific antigen in the blood of radical prostatectomy patients at concentrations as low as 0.4 fM – a sensitivity 1,700 times greater than that offered by conventional ELISA-based tests, according to the firm.

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