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Neoteryx LLC Supplies Microsampling Devices for Breakthrough Home Monitoring Initiative, Making Therapeutic Drug Monitoring Fun and Easy for Pediatric Transplant Patients and Their Families

Posted by Neoteryx on November 12,2018

At-home blood sampling streamlines the process of therapeutic drug monitoring and creates comfort and emotional safety for children

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Topics: Pediatrics, Microsampling in Action, Press Release

Neoteryx LLC and Cedars-Sinai Partner to Investigate At-Home Blood Sampling Possibilities for Patients with Inflammatory Bowel Disease

Posted by Neoteryx on August 16,2018

 At-home blood sampling provides convenience and cost savings to patients.

TORRANCE, California (August 16, 2018) – Neoteryx LLC, inventor of Volumetric Absorptive Microsampling (VAMS™) technology, has signed a research agreement with Cedars-Sinai in Los Angeles to initiate a study to find and measure new biomarkers in blood that potentially may predict treatment effectiveness and relapse in patients with inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) – a chronic and recurring immune response and inflammation of the gastrointestinal tract.

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Topics: Patient-Centered Medicine, Remote patient monitoring, Clinical Research, Press Release

New Study Validates Neoteryx's VAMS™ Technology for At-home Blood Collection In Monitoring HbA1c Levels of Diabetic Children

Posted by Neoteryx on July 19,2018

Wet-absorptive microsampling first to be used in home-sampling environment

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Topics: Remote / Home Blood Collection, Press Release

Alcala Labs First to Integrate Neoteryx's VAMS Technology for Substance Abuse Monitoring

Posted by Neoteryx on July 18,2018

Dried blood samples replace urine monitoring for patients of alcohol and opioid addiction.

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Topics: Microsampling in Action, Press Release

Duke University Uses Mitra Devices to Field-Test Diagnostic Tools in Liberia

Posted by Emerson Dameron on December 15,2017

Recently, Volumetric Absorptive Microsampling (VAMS™) technology helped a group of organ transplant patients summit Mt. Kilimanjaro. Now students and scientists from the biomedical engineering program at Duke University have found another transformative new use case: testing children in Liberia for biomarkers associated with malnutrition.

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Topics: Microsampling in Action