Discover How to Design Sensitive Nucleic Acid Lateral Flow Assays <br><br>
Go with the Flow: Adapting Lateral Flow Assays for Nucleic Acid Detection
Scientists incorporate sensitive nanoparticles to rapidly detect DNA and RNA.
Go with the Flow: Adapting Lateral Flow Assays for Nucleic Acid Detection
Go with the Flow: Adapting Lateral Flow Assays for Nucleic Acid Detection

Scientists incorporate sensitive nanoparticles to rapidly detect DNA and RNA.

Scientists incorporate sensitive nanoparticles to rapidly detect DNA and RNA.

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Learn About the Latest Developments in Diagnostic Assays
Mining for Gold: Recent Advances in Lateral Flow Assay Technology
nanoComposix | Apr 13, 2022
Integrating gold nanoparticles and nanoshells into lateral flow assays
Learn About Selecting Probes for Lateral Flow Assays
Choosing the Right Nanoparticle Probe for SARS-CoV-2 Lateral Flow Assays
nanoComposix | Jan 19, 2022
Performance-based pros and cons of common nanoparticle probes
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Getting More Lateral Flow Test Sensitivity with Nanoshell Probes
The Scientist Creative Services Team and nanoComposix | Jan 19, 2022
Silica-gold nanoshells highlight how good probe design can boost assay performance.
Sodas, Lemon Juice Cause False Positives in Rapid COVID-19 Tests
Christie Wilcox | Jul 12, 2021
Lateral flow tests for COVID-19 can be very accurate and specific when used as directed, but introducing acidic fluids can cause the tests’ detecting antibodies to clump, which may read as a positive result.