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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 | 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

If you work in DNA/RNA and molecular research, listening to podcasts can be a fun and useful way to learn new skills and gather new information. The ability to start, …

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by Neoteryx | 2 min read

Great science and smarter healthcare need better blood collection and stronger support. That’s the ideas behind the VAMS® Incubator Program, a powerful new resource for blood collection innovators in the …

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by Neoteryx | 2 min read

Genomic DNA (gDNA) is found in the chromosomes and has a higher molecular weight and is longer as compared to plasmid DNA. This is what scientists need and collect when …

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by Neoteryx | 2 min read

Did you know that it’s possible to successfully extract DNA/RNA from dried blood spots even after 10 years? There is enough data to support this assertion. However, the best output …

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by Emerson Dameron | 2 min read

As our international and interpersonal networks grow larger and stronger, a little information can go a long way. Our world is getting smaller. Our technology is getting smaller, too. And …

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