Optimiser™ SLAS2012 New Product Award

Optimiser™ turbo charges traditional immunoassays by dramatically enhancing assay binding kinetics,reducing diffusion distances, and by eliminating time consuming wash steps. Immunoassays Powered by Optimiser™ offer scientists…. Femtogram level sensitivity 20x sample savings Total assay times of 2 hours or less Eliminate cumbersome wash Flexibility Click here to see a video explaining the principles of operation of the Optimiser™. How is Optimiser™ different from a conventional ELISA plate? The Optimiser™ microplate is a revolutionary new microplate format. With an ANSI/SBS compliant 96-well layout, the Optimiser™ integrates the Power of Microfluidics to allow for low volume, rapid, and sensitive immunoassay protocols. The key difference between the Optimiser™ and conventional 96-well plates is that the Optimiser™ uses the microfluidic channel at the base of each well as the reaction chamber (the well is only used to funnel sample/reagents to the microfluidic channel).

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2010 Forest Park Business Recognition Award

Siloam was awarded the “2010 Forest Park Business Recognition Award” by the City of Forest Park.

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Siloam featured

Siloam featured as “Innovative Life Sciences Company in Greater Cincinnati”.

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Dr. Chong Ahn award

Dr. Chong Ahn was awarded the “2009 Emerging Entrepreneur Award” by the University of Cincinnati. Faster diagnoses and more immediate test results are the desires of many patients and physicians. Chong Ahn’s innovative “smart” polymer lab-on-a-chip has opened a new door for point-of-care in vitro diagnostics to quickly analyze a person’s health condition and status.

US Patent 7,524,464

US Patent 7,524,464 “Smart disposable plastic lab-on-a-chip for point-of-care testing” issued. This patent is exclusively licensed to Siloam from the University of Cincinnati.

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US Patent 7,474,326

US Patent 7,474,326 “On-chip sample preparation for whole blood analysis” issued. This patent is exclusively licensed to Siloam from the University of Cincinnati.

By |January 10th, 2009|News|0 Comments