The hand-held sample-to-result DNA sequencer - analysis in under 20 minutes Free Archived

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Jonathan O'Halloran and Elaine Warburton will be speaking about their exciting and award winning product. British company QuantuMDx Group is developing a hand-held sample to result DNA sequencer able to provide the DNA sequence analysis in under 20 minutes. This technology, together with on-board and interactive interpretative aid tools, assist the decision making and patient education processes. The device promises to bring personalised medicine to clinics, GPs' surgeries and possibly pharmacies. The easy to use device can process most sample types to test for any disease with validated DNA/RNA associated disease biomarkers, including genetic testing, infectious disease diagnosis and resistance status for as little as £10 per test.

This lecture was filmed at an event called 'Winter Medical Innovations Summit 2012'

Date of Lecture: 18th February 2012.

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Length: 00:21:16

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00:11:56 - Design - Cassette
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Professor Sir Mark Walport, Director of the Wellcome Trust.

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Dr Daniel Gale, UCL & West London Renal and Transplant Centre.

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Dr Carlo Croce, Comprehensive Cancer Center, USA.

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Jonathan O'Halloran & Elaine Warburton, QuantuMDx Group.

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Sir John Burn, Professor of Clinical Genetics, Newcastle University.

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Fiona Karet, Professor of Nephrology, University of Cambridge. 

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Lucy Raymond, Reader in Neurogenetics, University of Cambridge.

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Elizabeth Blackburn, Biological Researcher, The University of California.

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