Enabling Rapid Point-of-Care and At-Home Diagnostics
We combine multiplexing capabilities (simultaneous testing for several proteins and nucleic acids), with central lab-like precision, in one affordable and quick test, easily performed on a finger prick sample, at the point-of-need: transportation hubs, local pharmacies, schools, and workplaces, or even ones’ home.
Point-of-Care (POC) testing has been the ‘Holy Grail’ of medical diagnostics for decades. Despite the pressing need and vast resources devoted to the field, the goal has not yet been realized and at times seemed unattainable.
Our disruptive Q-SENS platform meets all the necessary conditions to become a scalable POC solution, including:
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We are currently focused on two highly valuable testing solutions:
The first, monitoring and digitalizing individuals' immune system profiles to allow for early detection and timely and personalized intervention to preempt a range of non-communicable chronic diseases of aging. These include cardiovascular diseases, neurodegenerative disorders, pulmonary illness, various forms of cancer, diabetes, and more, that together account for an estimated 71% of human deaths worldwide.
The second, scaling an operational response apparatus to pathogenic outbreaks such as the COVID-19 pandemic, offering three rapid point-of-care testing solutions: (1) pathogen structural protein detection in relevant bodily fluids; (2) highly accurate serological antibody testing; and (3) risk stratification of individuals to anticipate disease severity.
Our Q-SENS platform has demonstrated exceptional performance on ~50 different assays (immunoassays and molecular), spanning a range of applications in fields of medical diagnostics, immunology, veterinary, food safety, dietary, and more.
We are happy to discuss new use cases for our technology on the basis of newly generated knowledge and lab-developed tests (LDTs), and widen the scope of our technology's applications. Contact us to explore collaboration!
Target Use Cases
Focusing on the Most Urgent Needs