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A safer future isn’t just something we wish for.

We’re creating it.

OUR MISSION:
TO DELIVER NEXT-GEN ARRAYS FOR BETTER HEALTH AND SAFETY.
State-Of-Art Performance
DNA and RNA-based pathogen testing kits from PathogenDx are light years ahead of other microbial testing methods. In addition to being able to test for dozens of different microbials simultaneously, testing kits from PathogenDx provide:
Ultra-Rapid
The PathogenDx Microarray platform enables high-specificity detection of a broad range microbial threats, in a single test, in less than 6 hours from new sample to result.
Scalable. Unbeatable.
Forget the one and done. The PathogenDx Microarray iinterrogates dozens of threats in a single test—with rapid adaptability—helping labs drive unprecedented throughput.
Automated Prep
Our latest innovation, Octa AutoPrep Station, delivers “set it and forget it” ease for sample prep, reducing hands-on steps, time to results and the potential for human error.
Lowest Cost
Given the dramatic efficiencies of our platform, and the addition of new automated sample prep, PathogenDx is driving down the cost of every single test and every lab process.
Maximum Detection
If it’s there, we’ll identify it, with detection and quantification down to 1CFU/gram for pathogenic organisms.
Consumables Down, ROI Up
Unlike other technologies, we’ve simplified sample prep. One sample prep for all assays, reducing the cost and environmental waste of consumables.
WE ARE A TEAM OF PASSIONATE MOLECULAR SCIENTISTS COLLABORATING TO DESIGN TESTING SYSTEMS BASED ON OUR WORLD-CLASS MICROARRAY TECHNOLOGY.
WE DELIVER MOLECULAR ASSAYS THAT INTERROGATE MULTIPLE TARGETS IN THE SAME REACTION ACROSS SAMPLE TYPES
OUR ASSAYS DELIVER SINGLE GENE COPY SENSITIVITY, AND SINGLE NUCLEOTIDE RESOLUTIONS.
How the multiplex works
Zooming graphic of the technology inside the PathogenDx Microarray.
A sample goes through hybridization inside a PathogenDX Microarray.
The sample is scanned, illuminating the florescent dye.
Safer Every Day: Updates
  • Virus Co-Infections In Plants

    By Shaun Stice

    Herd Mentality: Virus Co-Infections In Plants

    While most virus infections in plants may be of a single strain, it is possible for multiple viruses to infect the same plant. Plant virus co-infections can have severely negative outcomes for the infected plant depending on the viruses involved in the co-infection.

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  • ­­­­Why do the New COVID-19 Variants Matter?

    Covid Clade Variants

    By Rick Eggers and Dr. Mike Hogan

    A Little Variant History.

    SARS-CoV-2 is a simple virus, which presents a single protein (Spike) on its surface. Thus, Spike serves as a primary point of interaction between the virus and human cells and between the virus and the human immune system.

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The future of safe
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