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Quanterix Marks Leadership in Accelerating Neurology Research with 100-Publication Milestone

Quanterix Corporation, a company digitizing biomarker analysis with the goal of advancing the science of precision health, recently announced it has surpassed an important milestone that its technology has been highlighted in more than 100 third-party, peer-reviewed publications in neurology. Driven by increased demand for the company’s Simoa technology, which continues to prove itself as the industry standard for ultra-sensitive biomarker detection, this brings the total number of publications for the company to over 215 across neurology, oncology, cardiology, inflammation and infectious disease.

Sony DADC Develops Smart Consumables for Quanterix Simoa HD-1 Analyzer

Quanterix Corporation, delivering the world’s most sensitive single molecule immunoassay measurement for the benefit of human health, recently announced that the Simoa HD-1 Analyzer recently launched by Quanterix uses a “Smart Consumable” designed and manufactured by Sony DADC BioSciences called the Simoa Disc. For use in life science research today and in vitro diagnostics (IVD) markets in the future, the Simoa disc is used to achieve higher levels of sensitivity and precision and is the first diagnostic consumable whose assay technology is based on optical disc formats by Sony DADC.

Quanterix Digital ELISA Measures Low Abundance Biomarkers of Inflammation in Crohn’s Disease

Quanterix Corporation, a company enabling a new generation of molecular diagnostic tests based on its revolutionary Single Molecule Array (SiMoA) technology, today announced results of a pilot study to measure biomarkers of inflammation from patients with Crohn’s disease. The precise measurement of low abundance cytokines, which was possible using Quanterix’s high sensitivity digital ELISA, allowed significant changes to be detected in patients before and after initiation of therapy. The study was published online in the Journal of Immunological Methods.