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Nanomix

D. Macdonald
C-Round, US

Keywords:
health & medical devices

Abstract:
Nanomix has developed an ultra-sensitive nanoelectronic detection platform based on carbon nanotubes, known as Sensation™. These devices are treated with proprietary chemistries to produce a wide variety of products that are applied to large, fast growing market opportunities. An initial product has been launched and additional high-value applications are in the pipeline. Nanomix brought the first nanoelectronic product to market in 2005.
Nanomix devices are functionalized with highly specific recognition layers for single or multi-analyte detection. The principal competitive advantages of this technology include:

 A wide variety of disruptive industrial and medical applications – providing access to critical information
 Ultra sensitive, specific and reproducible, with the ability to select a desired dynamic range
 Electronic detection, which eliminates the need for expensive labelling chemistries and optical equipment
 Ultra low power consumption  wireless integration  simple deployment
 Sensor arrays, which enable multi-analyte detection and maximum flexibility in test design
 Proprietary know-how and manufacturing scalability allows very low production cost in high volume

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