The real-time PCR platform has been developed for detection of infectious diseases in at-home and point-of-care setting.
Co-Diagnostics, Inc. (Co-Dx), a molecular diagnostics company, has commenced clinical evaluations for its at-home and point-of-care Co-Dx PCR Home™ platform and initial COVID-19 test, consisting of the clinical trials and analytical studies that are expected to support submissions to the United States FDA and other regulatory bodies.
The real-time PCR platform has been developed for detection of infectious diseases in at-home and point-of-care settings, with anticipated multiplex panels to follow after receipt of the platform's initial regulatory authorization.
Dwight Egan, CEO of Co-Dx said, "The new at-home and point-of-care testing (POCT) platform represents a high degree of innovation that brings together the power of our patented Co-Primer™ technology coupled with other proprietary IP, setting a new standard for compact POCT that unlocks the multiplexing potential of real-time PCR.” The company believes the platform holds promise to improve access to inexpensive, powerful, and accurate diagnostic technology around the globe.
REFERENCE: Co-Diagnostics, Inc. Initiates Clinical Evaluations for its At-Home and Point-of-Care Co-Dx PCR Home™ Platform.