The Next Generation of Diagnostic Readers
Mobile Diagnostic Rapid Test Reader ( mReader )
Mobile Assay’s Lab-on-Mobile-Device innovative platform transforms how rapid diagnostic tests are stored and tracked. The mReader mobile device software is designed for highly sensitive real-time analysis and quantification of inexpensive rapid diagnostic test strips at a fraction of the cost of current solutions.
The mReader application allows qualitative rapid diagnostic test strips to be rapidly quantified. In addition, the Lab-on-Mobile-Device platform interface and software is easy to use.The mReader application can be configured to read any lateral flow test strip. If a test can be run on a lateral flow test strip the results may be quantified.
Get back instant quantitative or qualitative test results
Our software uses state of the art security for data transmission and storage
Runs on devices using Apple, Android and Windows platforms
Our platform is extremely easy to use and can be learned in 5 minutes
Accurate signal detection below what can be observed by the human eye.
There is no need to have network connectivity while testing in remote areas. Once the software is calibrated it reports quantitative results for each test.
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Better than The Naked Eye (BTNE)
The mReader application has laboratory-grade accuracy and has been tested to be more accurate than the human eye in quantifying results from strips. Sensitivity in validated Rapid Diagnostic Tests typically show a 10-100 fold increase in sensitivity. The mReader application allows quantification and accurate signal detection below what can be observed by the human eye.
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Our software works with virtually any rapid diagnostic test, lateral flow test strip or color metric strip. If it something can be tested using one of these mediums then we can give quantifiable results.
Our software runs on the Android Platform – Tablets and Phones. These companies spend millions of dollars each year creating better and faster platforms to run our software on. There is no need for expensive proprietary hardware anymore for diagnostic testing.