Freeze-dried PCR reagent of the kit is ideal for point-of-care testing,
not requiring lab infrastructure and cold chain logistics.
It meets the ever-increasing demand for molecular diagnostics at community settings.
RNA extracted from a specimen can be simply loaded in premixed, aliquoted 8 strip tubes to perform PCR.
Without a need for pre-PCR preparation step, it not only reduces risks of contamination but also workload of healthcare operators.
Whole turnaround time, from sample collection to result analysis, can be as short as 40 minutes.
As opposed to other diagnostic methods or PCR kits, accuracy is not being sacrificed for speed.
The Precise Microfluidics Control (PMC) technology enables non-experts to perform point-of-care molecular self-tests. PMC technology can automatically move the sample to the reagent chamber without electrical or mechanical processes and minimize the volume deviation between tests by controlling liquid flow within the error range of 1 uL. In addition, PMC technology fundamentally prevents external contamination, resulting in high accuracy and reproducibility.
Multi-position Fluorescence Sensing (MFS) technology increases the accuracy of molecular diagnosis by reading fluorescence signals at multiple positions. The MFS technology can sensitively measure the fluorescence intensity transmitted from the reaction chambers and perform multiplex analyses of fluorescence signals in real-time. The MFS technology can improve both point-of-care tests and self-test quality by achieving sensitivity & specificity comparable to high-performance level tests in the laboratory.