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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.

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Neoteryx is focused on delivering simple, quantitative, and automatable microsampling solutions for biological samples which improve welfare, reduce costs, and enable convenient sample collection anywhere, anytime, by anyone.

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Capillary blood sampling was first developed to extract blood samples from newborns and infants whose veins were too small for venous blood draws. The "heel stick" approach to collecting capillary …

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Scientists often find it challenging to collect specimen samples from study subjects in less developed countries for their research studies of malnutrition, infectious diseases, and other public health problems. One …

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Pediatric research studies are essential because they improve health and healthcare for infants and children. They allow scientists conducting pediatric studies to detect diseases early and to design better methods …

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Finger-stick sampling is an increasingly popular method of collecting biofluid samples for research laboratories. While the basic concept of finger-stick sampling has existed for decades, recent innovations like Mitra® devices …

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Serology research studies play a critical role in advancing our understanding of infectious diseases, and also in developing effective vaccines and therapies. Serological testing of blood samples for research has …

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Researchers use biospecimens like urine, blood, stool, and saliva to study many diseases and compounds. Saliva samples are an especially great source of biological data about drugs and disease biomarkers …

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