A rapid and portable nucleic acid detection solution

Our nucleic acid lateral flow customisation service is available to clients looking to customise our standard products PCRD and PCRD Flex. Alternative, clients with existing nucleic acid rapid tests can engage our adaptable, high-volume manufacturing services to meet spike demand or accelerate growth plans.

In-house regulatory support and many years of lateral flow experience alongside one of Europe’s largest rapid test manufacturing capacities means we can meet all market and volume needs.


Our process

  • 1

    Concept and planning phase

    • Define market, product, supply, and regulatory requirements
    • Production of a phase-by-phase project plan. A parallel desktop or Smartphone reader customisation plan will be drawn up if applicable.
  • 2

    Assay feasibility and optimisation

    • Evaluation of specifications and materials
    • Assessment of prototypes
    • Optimisation of formulations and materials
    • Design freeze
    • Pilot batch
  • 3

    Scale up and manufacture

    • Validation batches at small, medium and delivery batch scale
    • Manufacturing schedules and processes for transfer to manufacture
  • Development and manufacture tests for both single and multiple analytes
  • Flexible and scalable solutions in line with growth plans
  • Adaptability in response to spikes in demand
  • Cassette or dipstick versions and multiple kitting options
  • Stable pricing for budget planning
  • International shipping and logistics
  • In-house regulatory and commercialisation support

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