Point-of-care blood test for traumatic brain injury
This article was originally published in Start Up
BioDirection Inc. is poised to launch what it says is the first objective point-of-care test for diagnosing concussion and other traumatic brain injuries. Based on proprietary nanotechnology, the company’s Tbit device detects molecular levels of two crucial brain biomarkers that are released into the bloodstream immediately after a brain injury, from just a single drop of blood in less than two minutes.
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