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Read more at: AfriDx Clinical trials in full force with data collection at multiple sites

AfriDx Clinical trials in full force with data collection at multiple sites

24 June 2021

After the arrival of the PATHPOD system and first batch of cartridges in Ghana was distribution to partners, a virtual training aimed at familiarizing partners with the PATHPOD system as well as equipping them with trouble shooting techniques was successfully conducted by DTU. Vinay_virtual_training Ghana_technician1 This...


Read more at: Plasmids enroute Ghana: Colourful proteins for colourful sustainable science!

Plasmids enroute Ghana: Colourful proteins for colourful sustainable science!

23 June 2021

Colourful proteins for colourful science! The Cambridge Analytical Biotechnology (CAB) team has been working on locally producing recombinant proteins to provide wp3_news1_redandgreen.png laboratories in low-to-middle income countries a low cost, self-sustaining source of enzymes. This feeds directly into the sustainable...


Read more at: AfriDx Clinical trials kicks off

AfriDx Clinical trials kicks off

2 June 2021

PATHPOD_and_laptop An important milestone of the AfriDx project is to develop and adapt a rapid and affordable diagnostic system for SARS-CoV-2 that may be implemented in Ghana in the fight against COVID-19. The system should require little or no training and eliminate the need to send samples to central laboratories. The...


Read more at: PATHPOD systems and chips arrive Ghana
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PATHPOD systems and chips arrive Ghana

6 May 2021

The PATHPOD system and ships which are central to the AfriDx project have now arrived Ghana from DTU . In the middle of March 2021, four (4) PATHPOD systems were successfully delivered to AfriDx partners in Ghana after undergoing necessary clearance at Ghana's Custom services. AfriDx partner NMIR under the leadership of...


Read more at: AfriDx Kick-off

AfriDx Kick-off

15 February 2021

The AfriDx Initiative has officially begun and we're excited to see what we can achieve. The Project The AfriDx project is a 15-month project, expected to finish in December of 2021. While the start of AfriDx was somewhat delayed, all partners are quickly moving forward with their work. This project is especially important...