Pathogen Detection – Fast, Accurate, Easy

PathSensors, Inc. is a leading biotechnology and environmental testing company. We have developed a suite of mobile bio-detection technologies that can quickly detect the Ebola virus accurately, onsite, in minutes, and with higher specificity than current commercially available technologies.

The mobile PathSensors systems are easy to use, require minimal training and can detect infectious pathogens (virus, bacteria or toxin) from safely obtained samples.

For more information on our suite of pathogen detection systems, please contact us at 443.557.6150 or info@pathsensors.com

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PRODUCTS:

Using CANARY® technology licensed from the MIT-Lincoln Laboratory, PathSensor's products deliver extremely rapid detection of more than 25 pathogens at previously unattainable levels of speed and sensitivity.

Government organizations and private industries currently use our systems for monitoring, detection and identification of pathogens in the following applications:

Surface Pathogens
Zephyr Pathogen Identifier

PathSensors’ NEW Zephyr Pathogen Identifier incorporates CANARY® technology and provides rapid, sensitive and specific identification of biological threat agents (bacteria, viruses, and toxins) from surface samples. learn more

Bio-Security

PathSensors’ BioFlash-E® Biological Identifier is an integrated biological aerosol collector and identification system that is available for rapid, sensitive detection and identification of biological threat agents. learn more

Agri-Food

PathSensors’ BioFlash-AF®, incorporating CANARY® technology, provides rapid, sensitive detection and identification of foodborne pathogens and toxins from environmental or food products.  learn more

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October 7, 2014 – Defense technology now applied in the food industry.

 

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July 18, 2014 – SNNLive spoke with Ted Olsen, President of Pathsensors, Inc. at the BioMaryland Booth at the BIO International Conference 2014.