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NEW YORK (360Dx) – Belgian diagnostics firm MyCartis is taking aim at the point-of-care testing market with the development of its Antelope Dx platform.

Based on a silicon photonics technology developed at Ghent University, the system could enable the use to rapid, multiplexed immunoassays in the point-of-care setting but at levels of performance comparable to that provided by a conventional clinical analyzer, said Jan-Willem Hoste, a senior scientist at Ghent University and one of the inventors of the platform.

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