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Genalyte Launches Maverick ENA Kits For Fast, Easy And Accurate Multiplexed Autoimmune Testing
Date:7/24/2012

ith our Early Access collaborators as they put the Maverick Detection system to work in their labs."

Maverick ENA 4 and ENA 6 assay results are highly reproducible, show excellent correlation to ELISA and are up to ten times more sensitive.  The Maverick ENA 4 assay tests for the presence of four of the most commonly measured extractable nuclear antigens (ENA), including SS-A, SS-B, Sm and RNP, while the Maverick ENA 6 assay includes two additional commonly measured antigens -- Scl-70 and Jo-1. 

Genalyte's Early Access program enables scientists to gain pre-launch access to multiplexed autoantibody assays and the Maverick Detection System, which uses a proprietary chip based on silicon photonics to simultaneously analyze multiple proteins from a single small sample.  The assays are simple to use and rapid -- results are available in only 15 minutes, including just two minutes of hands-on time.  The Maverick platform has a large dynamic range and excellent sensitivity, with outstanding reproducibility.

For more information about Genalyte, the Maverick platform and the Maverick ENA 4 and ENA 6 Assay Kits, visit www.genalyte.com.  The Maverick ENA 4 and ENA 6 Assays are currently available for research use only.

About Genalyte
Founded in 2007, Genalyte, Inc. is commercializing the Maverick™ detection platform based on the company's revolutionary Microring Sensor Technology™ a new approach to multiplexing that leverages advances in silicon photonics to reduce or eliminate sample preparation, provide scalable multiplexing for both proteins and nucleic acids from a single small sample, and achieve excellent sensitivity and up to eight logs of dynamic range.Contacts: Genalyte, Inc.

Media: Martin Gleeson

BLL Partners, LLC VP, Development & Applications


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