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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 Neoteryx | 4 min read

If you are a researcher seeking to learn more about microsampling and how it works, you can find many resources to help you on the Neoteryx website. Are you wondering …

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

An analytical validation comparing plasma/serum to dried blood. An article first published on July 1, 2020 in the Annals of Clinical Biochemistry by David J Marshall et al from the clinical biochemistry department at Wythenshawe Hospital (South Manchester, UK) …

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by Neoteryx | 2 min read

Using dried microsamples collected through fingerstick sampling for research studies can often replace the traditional practice of using venipuncture to collect liquid blood samples in vials. Dried specimen microsampling reduces …

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by Neoteryx | 3 min read

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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by Neoteryx | 2 min read

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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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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