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Industry InsightsJune 24, 20210Strathclyde University announces scientists are developing a rapid saliva based test for COVID-19

Strathclyde University announces scientists, led by Dr Damion Corrigan, are developing a rapid, low cost and mass manufacturable saliva/nasal swab based biosensor test for COVID-19 inspired by the glucose test strips used to check blood sugar levels in people with diabetes. The electrochemical platform developed by Dr Corrigan’s team can provide a result in 2 minutes. The same platform is ideally suited for rapid, point of care, diagnosis of time sensitive conditions like sepsis and heart attack. These applications are being commercialised by a new spin out company Aureum Diagnostics, backed by Norcliffe Capital.

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