Perfect for digital microfluidics.

Detect genes that confer resistance in bacteria to extended spectrum β-lactam and carbapenem antibiotics.

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Quantify pathogens in water.

Use RPA with on-chip, chemiluminescence microarray platforms.

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Multiplex. At 37˚C.

Detect multiple potential biowarfare agents at the same time.

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TwistDx wins “Best New Life Sciences Product of the Year” award

Scientists’ Choice Award recognises the product that has made the most difference to Life Sciences research as nominated by scientists.

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About us

TwistDx Inc. was founded in 1999 by molecular biologist and protein biochemist, Dr Niall Armes, together with Dr Derek Stemple and Dr Nagesh Mahanthappa with its headquarters in Cambridge Massachusetts, USA. TwistDx Limited was formed in 2002, its operational facilities are in Cambridge, UK.

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