Detecting nucleic acids with electrochemical sensors
This article was originally published in Start Up
Xagenic Inc.’s Amplified Redox Assay (AuRA) POC system utilizes chip-based arrays of microelectrodes to test samples for the presence of telltale nucleic acid strands. Because it is chip-based, it should be simple to run multiple tests on a single chip, and no sample extraction or preparation is needed to run the test.
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