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August 23, 2010

OJ-Bio to Develop Rapid Chlamydia Detection Device

Researchers at OJ-Bio are developing a portable wireless device that can rapidly detect sexually transmitted diseases such as chlamydia. The handheld device will identify the protein markers of viruses and bacteria from blood, saliva and urine, and can be used in doctor's offices and cli

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Researchers at OJ-Bio are developing a portable wireless device that can rapidly detect sexually transmitted diseases such as chlamydia.

The handheld device will identify the protein markers of viruses and bacteria from blood, saliva and urine, and can be used in doctor’s offices and clinics for on-the-spot detection.

OJ-Bio plans to release working prototypes for market testing in the next six to 12 months.

The project, which has been granted £111,150 by the Technology Strategy Board, will build on OJ-Bio’s previous work on devices that could detect respiratory viruses.

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