Molecular Assay Development is what we do. Molecular assays are a highly specific and sensitive method of DNA or RNA detection associated with a specific target. We have the expertise to develop these assays for FDA 510(K) approval. Our state-of-the-art facilities and experienced staff enable us to provide the highest quality services to our clients. We are committed to providing the best possible service and products to our customers. Our goal is to exceed your expectations.
The first step is a conversation. Our scientists develop custom solutions for you by understanding your test purpose and sourcing correct reagents. Novel assays are developed testing performance, optimization, quality control and statistical validation. Protocols and supporting data are provided as the final report. At this point the client has the chance to further optimize and validate the assay.
Molecular Assay services include:
Essential to successful molecular assay development is high quality reagents and high specificity and sensitivity to provide an accurate and reproducible detection system. Once developed, we have the capability of processing samples in our CAP/CLIA laboratory.
Cross Reactivity in Molecular Assays is Key
Molecular diagnostics/point of care
In the healthcare industry, molecular diagnostics and point of care test development is one of the most important areas in which technology is being used to improve patient care. Molecular diagnostics is the term used to describe the identification of diseases and conditions at the genetic level. This type of testing can be used to determine the cause of a disease, to predict how a disease will progress, or to identify individuals who are at risk for developing a certain condition. Point of care testing is a term that refers to tests that are performed at the patient’s bedside rather than in a laboratory. These types of tests are becoming increasingly important as they allow for quicker and more accurate diagnosis of a patient’s condition.
Molecular diagnostics is a rapidly growing field, and there are many different types of tests that fall under this category. One of the most common types of molecular diagnostic tests is known as polymerase chain reaction (PCR). PCR is a technique that is used to amplify a specific section of DNA. This type of testing is often used to detect the presence of a disease-causing agent, such as a virus or bacteria. PCR can also be used to identify genetic mutations that are associated with certain diseases.
One of the most common types of point of care tests is known as a blood test. Blood tests can be used to measure a variety of different things, such as determining whether a patient has an infection, and to monitor the progress of a disease. Point of care testing can also be used to screen for inherited diseases. In many cases, point of care testing can be used to identify individuals who are at risk for developing a certain condition before they ever experience any symptoms.
next generation sequencing (ngs)
Another type of molecular diagnostic test is known as next-generation sequencing (NGS). NGS is a type of DNA sequencing that can be used to identify a wide range of genetic mutations. This type of testing is often used to diagnose cancer, as it can identify the specific genes that are associated with the disease. NGS can also be used to screen for inherited diseases and to determine an individual’s risk for developing certain conditions.
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