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Biothreat (BW) Readers

Product Features

To remove human subjectivity and enable quantitative measurements, we have developed reader systems to generate, compile, and store data. ANP offers two systems: a stand-alone and an automated reader. Both readers contain proprietary software that rapidly generates data and then links to a data base that can store at least 5,000 records before needing to be downloaded to a standard personal or laptop computer.

Biothreat handheld Reader

How to Use NIDS® Handheld Readers:

Specifications:

NIDS® Autoreader

NIDS® Autoreader
NIDS® Autoreader

The difference between the two readers is that the stand-alone reader runs manually, while the automated reader can be programmed to sample and test air, water, or patient samples at specific time intervals without operator intervention.

 

The elegance of the systems is their ease of use. They do not require any special training, education or experience to use.

Ordering Information

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Assays for US Government Use Only:
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The NIDS® Universal Training Assay (UTA) for First Responders:
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Third Party Evaluations of ANP NIDS® Biothreat/Biowarfare Handheld Assays

DETECTION OF BIOLOGICAL THREATS IN PHOSPHATE BUFFERED SALINE: HOOK EFFECT EVALUATION OF THE ANP NIDS® 5-PLEX HHA WITH LIVE AGENTS, CRADA Project No. 0714C, Mary M. Wade, PhD, Joseph M. Insalaco, US Army Edgewood Chemical Biological Center, May 2011

 

DETECTION OF RICIN AND STAPHYLOCOCCAL ENTEROTOXIN B IN WATER, ECBC-TR-774, Mary M. Wade, Tracey D. Biggs, Douglas R. Sommerville, et al., “Detection of ricin and staphylococcal enterotoxin B in water,” Tech. Rep. ECBC-TR-774, 2010.

 

DETECTION OF RICIN AND STAPHYLOCOCCAL ENTEROTOXIN B IN WATER: EVALUATION OF ANP TECHNOLOGIES, INC. SINGLE AND MULTI-PLEX HANDHELD ASSAYS, ECBC-TR-773, Mary M. Wade, Tracey D. Biggs, Douglas R. Sommerville, Alan W. Zulich, Joseph M. Insalaco, Edward K. Conley, and Lisa E. Neuendorff, US Army Edgewood Chemical Biological Center, June 2010.

 

DETECTION OF BIOLOGICAL THREATS IN WATER: EVALUATION OF THE ANP 5-PLEX HHA WITH KILLED AND LIVE AGENTS, ECBC-TR-770, Renee Street, John David, Kellee Almy, Dujie Qin, Jing Pan, Matthew Odom, Robert Daniel, Ray Yin, Mary M. Wade, Tracey D. Biggs, Amanda E. Chambers, Alan W. Zulich, and Joseph M. Insalaco, US Army Edgewood Chemical Biological Center, June 2010.

 

DETECTION OF BIOLOGICAL THREATS IN WATER: EVALUATION OF THE ANP 10-PLEX HHA WITH KILLED AND LIVE AGENTS, ECBC-TR-769, Mary M. Wade, Tracey D. Biggs, Amanda E. Chambers, Alan W. Zulich, and Joseph M. Insalaco, US Army Edgewood Chemical Biological Center, April 2010.

 

EVALUATION OF HANDHELD ASSAYS FOR THE DETECTION OF RICIN AND STAPHYLOCOCCAL ENTEROTOXIN B IN DISINFECTED WATERS, Mary Margaret Wade, Tracey D. Biggs, Joseph M. Insalaco, Lisa K. Neuendorff, Vicky L. H. Bevilacqua, Amanda M. Schenning, Lisa M. Reilly, Saumil S. Shah, Edward K. Conley, Peter A. Emanuel, and Alan W. Zulich. International Journal of Microbiology Volume 2011 (2011), Article ID 132627, 5 pages doi:10.1155/2011/132627