POREX® collection-to-detection diagnostic solutions are design-optimized to help ensure performance, purity, accuracy and reproducibility in demanding in-vitro diagnostic applications.
Lateral Flow Assay Pads
Lateral flow assay (LFA) tests have a wide range of applications due to their ease of use, although most consumers only recognize the more common pregnancy and COVID rapid tests. Each lateral flow assay (LFA) test is intended to detect different analytes, and therefore each test requires unique properties for each of the test components. POREX sample, conjugate, and absorbent pads have demonstrated exceptional performance in varying lateral flow applications, and they can be further customized for optimal test performance and simplified manufacturing.
Diagnostics innovators are continually working to diagnose and detect nearer, faster and at a lower cost within a smaller device footprint. Devices like lab-on-chip or cartridge-based point-of-care (PoC) systems help to bring the world of diagnostics closer to everyone.
POREX® collection media offers ideal capillary structures with customization for wicking, absorption and flow – critical properties for the controlled delivery of biologic samples. With proprietary color change and sufficiency-indicator technology, our collection media is optimized to enhance surface energy.
Multiple factors go into safely transporting a sample. Our unique technology allows for easy sample collection, transport, storage and release – all in a single system.
The POREX® portfolio of single-use preparation devices can help simplify almost any sample preparation process. Our products are designed to reduce instrument downtime and provide an all-in-one sample preparation system.
Clinical science products, media and filters from Porex are engineered to help ensure performance, purity, accuracy and reproducibility in demanding IVD, molecular and clinical diagnostic sample preparation, liquid handling and microfluidic applications.
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