Sona said it manufactures gold nanorods that could be integrated into the multiplexed lateral flow assays that Olm Diagnostics is developing.
Revenues included sales to the former US lab business and revenue from T-SPOT.TB tests sold to Quest after Nov. 6 as part of a long-term supply agreement.
The companies will standardize and automate Qiagen's QuantiFeron-TB Gold Plus test workflow on Tecan's Fluent laboratory automation workstation.
The company posted Q4 revenues of $10.9 million, up from $6.6 million in Q4 2017, beating the consensus Wall Street estimate of $9.3 million.
The company also posted a decline in full-year 2018 revenues amid a sharp drop in revenues from its point-of-care assays and services.
The firm's technology mimics infection in an in vitro setting in order to detect an immune response indicative of a latent infection.
The firm also reported full-year 2018 sales of €2.42 billion, a year-over-year increase of 6 percent on a reported basis, or 10 percent organically.
The firm said that its rapid flu detection platform helps reduce the subjectivity of interpreting test results and can be used in a broad range of healthcare settings.
The company plans to partner with manufacturers to bring different POC assay cartridges onto its reader instrument.
The point-of-care test will use the companies' respective technologies and detect two protein biomarkers of inflammation and immune system activity.
The firm said that the test provides results of HBV status in 15 minutes with high analytical sensitivity, and that testing can be completed while the patient is present.
Changes in physician behavior around monitoring patient response to therapeutic monoclonal antibodies is increasing demand for clinical testing of these drugs.
The test measures a number of protein biomarkers, including a proprietary antibody, to diagnose prostate cancer and determine its aggressiveness.
Cardiac immunoassays paced revenue growth in Q4. The firm also saw an 88 percent jump in total revenues for 2018, supported by 43 percent growth in molecular diagnostics.
The study is part of a broader effort by academic and industry researchers to develop blood-based tests for easier, less expensive Alzheimer's screening.
Sienna Cancer Diagnostics said today that it has signed an agreement making Mediwell a non-exclusive distributor of its bladder cancer diagnostic in Singapore.
Researchers at the University of Birmingham in the UK were awarded £275,000 to develop the new test to measure PSA levels better than conventional tests.
The test, for use on the Claros I Analyzer, leverages microfluidic technology in a disposable test cassette to provide results in 10 minutes or less.
The firm plans to seek full commercial approval for its assay, which integrates biomarker identification with a patient's electronic medical record, later this year.
Researchers at Washington University in Saint Louis will use new funds to confirm preliminary findings on malaria-infected kids in a second location in Africa.