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Biomagnetics to develop blood diagnostic device
January 2010
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SAN FRANCISCO—Biomagnetics Diagnostics Corp., a developer of diagnostic systems and technology for HIV, hepatitis, tuberculosis and malaria detection, announced in December that it has acquired intellectual property rights from Los Alamos National Security for the development of an integrated optical biosensor capable of screening blood donors for HIV/AIDS, hepatitis and tuberculosis. The technology was originally developed at Los Alamos National Laboratory and when utilized with the Integrated Optical Biosensor System (IBOS) licensed by Biomagnetics from Los Alamos National Security, is capable of detecting multiple pathogens from a single blood sample. Biomagnetics says it plans to integrate these technologies into a handheld blood diagnostic device that can be utilized by relatively unskilled personnel to screen potential blood donors for various pathogens at the point of collection. 


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