April 05, 2013:
NanoLogix plans to begin marketing this summer of their new N-Assay Multiwell Diagnostic test. The N-Assay is a machine-readable test that will be available in an assortment of size configurations for detection and identification of a variety of bacteria. Tests to date have provided consistent results in as little as 30 minutes with both high sensitivity and specificity.
Walkertxranger interesting update. Do you know what a N-Assay Multiwell Diagnostic test is ? Do you know exactly what machines will be able to read them ? Do you know specifically what size configurations will be available ? How many bacteria and which ones can be detected and identified with this Diagnostic test ? Update was very vague and it's going be marketing this Diagnostic test this summer ? I like to see that happen, crossing finger and toes on that one !
Shabby wrote " Mostly attacks about how stupid it is, just like 99% of the other posts on this wasteland of a message board
Now if the below is what that N-Assay Multiwell Diagnostic test is, then where is that publication at ? It's expected before the summer to start marketing if true then we are waiting on another publication ? To you these questions maybe so called attacks, however I see it as valid questions.
From Feb 2012 Comprehensive Summary
It is important to note that NanoLogix has experienced notable product innovation during just the past two months. While executing testing and research activities, our partners have discovered extraordinary product performance improvements. The output from these third party efforts is leading to a series of changes with BNF diagnostic procedures. These developments are undergoing an intensive and accelerated battery of tests, the results of which remain confidential and sensitive and cannot be divulged until publication.