Proud to collaborate in exploring an alternative COVID-19 testing method

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Exploring an alternate testing method for COVID-19

Alderley Analytical are proud to collaborate with University of Leicester, Ghent University and Waters in exploring an alternate testing method for COVID-19. We provided our specialist bioanalytical services and produced data in our state-of-the-art laboratory to support a novel analytical approach. This promising method explored the potential for LC-MS high-throughput targeted proteomics methods to detect Covid-19.

We recognise the critical role efficient mass testing could have, and this interesting exercise could be the start of a new route for fast, reliable and cost effective techniques for Covid-19 detection.

We would like to thank our fellow collaborators for their contributions to this innovative research. For more information on our services or to discuss your bioanalysis requirements, please get in touch.

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