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Testing Methods bulletin no 7 - 15 June

Posted by Tom Jordan (Admin) 5 months ago

Dear Colleague

There have been many more promising contributions and ideas shared on the Testing Methods crowdsourcing platform, and so we are pleased to share a further eight potential solutions. These cover wide-ranging areas including multiplexing, saliva sampling and blood collection.

Between them, these solutions are promising and we hope can add value in supporting your work to increase and maintain testing capacity.

Thank you for your help,

Professor Dame Sue Hill, Chief Scientific Officer, NHS England and Improvement

Professor Jo Martin, President, Royal College of Pathologists

On behalf of the moderators’ group

This post was edited on Jun 23, 2020 by Rob King

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Comments (2)

John Gall says... 1 month ago

Via my Chinese JV company it is possible to supply up to 1 million Test Kits for antibody , but only 300 Antigen in stock at present However Factory production can be  250 thousand per day and if required 500 thousand per day. Each.

Coronavirus 1gM / 1gG Rapid Test Cassette ( WB/S/P) Kits.

Requires finger pin prick.

SARS-Cov-2 Antigen Rapid Test Kit.

Requires swab test all included in test kit-

Each supplied in Box of  20

These kits are very simple easy to use and understand all instructions  included . Results under 10 mins.

No Lab or long waiting time by following the comprehensive instructions included tests can be taken and results give in a very short time.

The results of these tests are intended to be an aid in clinical reference only. 

Use of any test kits should follow Good Hygiene practices and should follow the laws of the country and local guidelines concerning the frequency of assaying external quality control.

Given the test kits ease of use and performance (in Country China ) this type of testing could lower the requirement for mass centralised test stations.

For further information please contact-

Beijing Beier Bioengineering Co Ltd.

99 Chuangxin Road Lucheng Industrial Zone Daxing District Bejing

E- Mail- beierscj@beierbio.com

Web Site: http:www.beierbio.com

 

John Gall says... 1 month ago

In used and tested both these kits at home following the instruction contained within and adhering to proper hygienic procedures.

Happily both results showed negative.

 

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