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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.

by James Rudge, PhD, Technical Director, Neoteryx | 4 min read

An article published by Ganesh S. Moorthy et al at Children's Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP) in the November 2019 issue of Journal of Chromatography B reported on a thorough validation …

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

An article published in the March 2018 issue of the Journal of Diabetes Science and Technology, reported on the use of blood microsamples to measure C-peptide as a biomarker for …

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

Using Dried Microsamples to Detect EPO Doping in Sports An article published as a “short communication” in the February 2021 issue of the journal Drug Testing and Analysis by researchers …

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by Neoteryx | 5 min read

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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