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Color is launching a high-capacity COVID-19 testing lab and will open-source its design and protocols
Excerpt from the article: “Genomics health technology startup Color is doing its part to address the global COVID-19 pandemic, and has detailed the steps it’s taking to support expansion of testing efforts in a new blog post and letter from CEO Othman Laraki on Tuesday. The efforts include development of a high-throughput lab that can…Read More
Excerpt from the article: “A test that can determine if a patient had been infected and recovered from COVID-19 is being developed at Mayo Clinic Laboratories. The test will detect the presence of antibodies specific to SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19. Antibodies are produced by a person’s immune system, and are critical for control…Read More
Excerpt from the article: “It’s highly unlikely that the current coronavirus crisis will be neatly and fully “solved” by any one endeavor or solution, which makes new studies like one involving startup WHOOP’s wrist-worn fitness and health tracking wearable all the more important. The study, conducted by the Central Queensland University Australia (CQUniversity), in partnership…Read More
Excerpt from the article: “Bodysphere announced today that it has begun distributing its 2-minute testing kit for diagnosing COVID-19 after receiving FDA emergency use authorization (EUA). The Los Angeles-based company’s two-minute testing kit uses antibodies in blood to test for current or past infection with a 91% clinical specificity rate and a 99% clinical sensitivity…Read More
The Team at Zymewire took advantage of their unique position in the life sciences space to survey their client base regarding the impact of COVID-19 on their operations and business outlook. TrialStat had an opportunity to participate in the survey and the results are out. It’s resoundingly clear that the pandemic is impacting all aspects…Read More
Researchers in the United States and China reported on Monday that they developed an artificial intelligence tool that is able to accurately predict which newly infected patients with the coronavirus go on to develop severe lung disease. Once deployed, the algorithm could assist doctors in making choices about where to prioritise care in resource-stretched healthcare…Read More
Excerpt from the article: “It — somehow — hasn’t even been three months since the novel coronavirus was first identified, after dozens of people fell ill in Wuhan, China. But in that short time, scientists and researchers have worked at warp speed to understand the disease it causes: Already, nearly 30,000 studies have been conducted…Read More
Excerpt from the article: A new version of a breathing aid that can help coronavirus patients has been developed in less than a week by a team involving Mercedes Formula One, and is being trialled at London hospitals. Continuous Positive Airway Pressure (CPAP) devices have been used in China and Italy to deliver air and…Read More
Excerpt from the article: “AI is being applied in several aspects for the clinical trial process today. From analyzing real-world data and scientific information to providing improved patient stratification and predictive outcomes, and assisting with different aspects of clinical trial operations. Here are some of the technologies using AI and machine learning in the clinical…Read More
‘We’re racing against the clock’: Researchers test wearables as an early warning system for Covid-19
Excerpt from the article: “Researchers at two prominent California universities launched ambitious new studies this week to test whether wearables can serve as a sort of early-warning system for parts of the country not yet flooded with coronavirus cases. University of California, San Francisco, researchers are exploring whether an algorithm fed with data from Oura…Read More
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