National University of Singapore
SMART Team Improves Virus Detection Speed With Quantitative CRISPR-Based Isothermal Amplification
Originally developed to detect contamination of cell therapy products, the method combines CRISPR and PCR technology and can be used to quantify viral loads.
The assay underwent clinical validation at three centers in Singapore and 5,248 patients were ultimately screened using the test.
Duke-NUS, A*STAR, GenScript Partner on Novel Coronavirus Serology Test
The test is designed to detect circulating neutralizing antibodies against the virus without the need for live biological materials or biosafety containment.
The company's goal is to serve what it sees as a massive but underaddressed target group: Asian women.
Agilent Teams Up With Singapore University, Hospital for New $38M Hub for Clinical Diagnostics
Agilent has partnered with the National University of Singapore and National University Hospital to establish the S$38 million ($27.4 million) research and development facility in Singapore.