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New BioSensor Expands Company’s Solutions for Plant and Food Pathogen Detection
Baltimore bio tech firm, PathSensors, Inc., announced that it will develop and commercialize a bio-sensor to detect Citrus Greening Disease, also known as Asiatic huanglongbing (HLB). PathSensors will work with the USDA’s Agricultural Research Service to develop and validate the performance of the Citrus Greening / HLB Bio Sensor and design a field deployable assay that can be used by growers in high volume testing environments. According to a recent article in the scientific publication Entomology Today, Citrus Greening or HLB has cost the Florida citrus industry $1.3 billion dollars in crop losses and is a threat to the entire U.S. citrus industry. Read More
Top Scientists To Guide Company’s Development of Bio Sensor Solutions for Medical, Bio-Security, Plant Safety and Food Safety
Bio tech firm, PathSensors, Inc., announced that four internationally respected scientists – Dr. Beth Carroll, Ph.D., Dr. Jacqueline Fletcher, Ph.D, Dr. Florian Krammer, Ph.D., and Dr. Maria Ma, Ph.D. – have joined the PathSensor’s Scientific Advisory Board (SAB). The new members join current SAB members, Dr. Andrew Flannery, Ph.D., Donald Grim, Dr. Gregory Lamka, Ph.D. and Dr. Paul Silber, Ph.D. PathSensor’s Scientific Advisory Board helps guide the company’s strategic research and development efforts and links PathSensor’s work to the global scientific community and bio-tech industry. Read More