The HybriDetect is a simple and quick tool to develop your own rapid test. Various molecules can be detected: Proteins, Antibodies, Genetic amplicons
Milenia Biotec offers various lateral flow tests: for immunodiagnostic use, for the detection of spoiling germs in beer and juice and for research use.
The IVD systems help to carefully and rapidly diagnose various diseases. The results are the base for a targeted therapeutic approach. Therefore unnecessary therapies or hospital admissions can be saved.
The detection of beer and juice spoiling germs is made easy with our tests. Here we follow the innovative approach designed for the research area: PCR and lateral flow combined.
In the research area, we offer innovative products for the fast detection of labeled amplicons and antibody applications.
Our tests are very simple to run and can be done at every location. For the calculation of results only minimal equipment is required. The lateral flow technology, on which our assays are based, allows testing without any instrumentation!
Recently Milenia Biotec GmbH received several customer inquiries related to COVID-19 detection, due to the fact, that HybriDetect may be used for the detection of RPA, LAMP or PCR amplicons. Following up these inquiries, we did a literature search on the SHERLOCK (Specific High Sensitivity Enzymatic Reporter UnLOCKing) technique, which is a powerful tool to detect genetic information coming from viruses using CRISPR.What is HybriDetect?
The HybriDetect is a lateral flow dipstick (LFD), which is capable to detect different molecules, including gene amplification products, proteins and antibodies. A commonly used application for our test is the detection of gene amplification products resulting from PCR, LAMP or RPA. The underlying genetic information can be detected regardless which kind of organism need to be detected.Finally, labeled primers must be introduced in the amplification step, so that the resulting fragments are labeled and can be detected by the HybriDetect dipstick.
Results can be reported within 5 minutes after lines become visible on the test strip.