the microsampling blog / Capillary Blood Sampling

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by James Rudge, PhD, Technical Director, Neoteryx | 6 min read

An article by Marianne Fillet et al at University of Liège in Belgium was published in the May 2021 edition of Frontiers in Molecular Biosciences. It reported on a proof-of-concept …

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by Neoteryx | 7 min read

The media frenzy surrounding the 2021 fraud trial of Elizabeth Holmes, the disgraced founder and CEO of blood-testing startup Theranos, has drawn the world’s attention. The Theranos story will gain …

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by Neoteryx | 4 min read

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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by Neoteryx | 1 min read

When Fasha Mahjoor launched Neoteryx, he planned to change the way dried capillary blood is collected, to become the most significant blood microsampling innovator in the modern marketplace. In that, …

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by Neoteryx | 2 min read

Capillary blood microsampling is a simple procedure that allows participants to draw their own blood in small, precise, useful amounts. This makes it easy to collect samples anywhere, which opens …

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by Neoteryx | 1 min read

Venipuncture is painful. It's frightening. When you're performing research with vulnerable patient populations, it can pose a significant impediment to recruiting and retaining study volunteers. Traditional blood draws are particularly …

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