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In the US, use of the Mitra device is limited to research and non-diagnostic applications. In many countries outside the US, the Mitra device can be used as a sample collection device for clinical diagnostic applications, as referenced in some content.

James Rudge, PhD, Technical Director, Neoteryx

Recent Posts by James Rudge, PhD, Technical Director, Neoteryx:

by James Rudge, PhD, Technical Director, Neoteryx | 5 min read

Simultaneous measurement of multi-antibody responses from dried blood samples. A study article published in the July 2021 issue of Frontiers in Immunology used Mitra samples collected from 54 study volunteers to measure antibody levels (IgA, IgG and IgM) raised from N and S antigens in: pre-pandemic, SARS-CoV-2 convalescence and vaccinated cohorts. The study, entitled “Antibody Mediated Immunity to …

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by James Rudge, PhD, Technical Director, Neoteryx | 15 min read

When the COVID-19 pandemic hit in early 2020, people needed to shelter and isolate, whole countries were locked down and movement of individuals was reduced to an absolute minimum. For many, there was a temporary respite during the summer when infections dropped significantly, and …

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by James Rudge, PhD, Technical Director, Neoteryx | 7 min read

Since the early 20th Century, many scientists have been interested in investigating cell cultures and the biological properties of molecules secreted by cells, most of which are small protein molecules …

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