Has reached prototype stage and can detect the coronavirus spike protein in model samples in the concentration range appropriate for a clinical diagnostic test.
Such an assay could provide highly sensitive and specific testing for up to a thousand samples per day in a hospital setting using standard equipment that is available (but not currently used for coronavirus testing) thus contributing significantly to an increase in global testing capacity.
Both Avacta and Adeptrix expect to independently test the prototype BAMSTM assay shortly, with expectation of it remaining on track for launch as a professional-use product this coming summer.
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