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Stanford-StartX Fund-Backed Nirmidas Biotech Raises $2 Million for Diagnostic Research Tools
Date:8/18/2014

The products offer near-infrared fluorescence signal enhancement over 100-fold. This enables increased sensitivity, higher signal to noise ratio, high degree of multiplexing, and improved specificity, potentially leading to more rapid and accurate early-stage disease diagnoses incorporated into wearable healthcare, a market that is estimated to eventually be in excess of $2 billion dollars.

“The early adopters have been very satisfied with how pGOLD Chips and pGOLD Beads address their immediate research needs. We’ve surpassed their expectations and inspired them to envision the boundless product extensions and applications,” said Dr. Meijie Tang, CEO and Co-founder of Nirmidas Biotech.

As featured in prominent publications such as Nature Medicine and Nature Communications, pGOLD Chips and pGOLD Beads are now being commercialized by Nirmidas for the research community, the pharmaceutical community and other life science companies, as well as for in vitro diagnostic companies.

About Nirmidas Biotech, Inc.

Nirmidas Biotech, Inc., provides solutions for bio-analytical and diagnostic researchers using plasmonic gold (pGOLD) technology that vastly enhances near-infrared fluorescence signal, optimized over nearly a decade of research. Stanford Chaired Professor Dr. Hongjie Dai, a renowned nanotechnology expert, and Dr. Meijie Tang founded the Palo Alto-based company in 2013 with a vision for crafting innovative solutions to improve human life quality by developing breakthrough products at the intersection of life science research, in vitro diagnosis, and digital healthcare. Nirmidas is a resident at Janssen Labs @QB3 as well as StartX Med, a Stanford-affiliated nonprofit technology accelerator program. For more information, please visit: http://www.nirmidas.com.

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