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Crowdfunding campaign is live!
With dianax lab-on-a-chip, POINT OF NEED testing is becoming a reality and thanks to our NEW CROWDFUNDING* CAMPAIGN, you could be part of its future.
Diagnostics in the palm of your hand … from a drop of blood to final results in under five minutes.
Microfluidics-based POINT OF NEED testing is one of the fastest-growing segments of the in-vitro diagnostics market and integral to the diagnosis, management and monitoring of many chronic diseases, including diabetes. Freeing people from endless trips to the doctor or hospital and empowering them to monitor their own health ‘on the go’ has the potential to not only change lives, but also improve patient outcomes.
Our aim is to capture a significant share of this large and growing market.
A minimum €500 investment is all it takes**… to sign up or find out more, visit backtowork24
*Equity crowdfunding is a form of investment that allows a group of investors to finance start-ups and SMEs through online portals authorized by Consob, providing a loan in exchange for company shares of the same company. For Italian tax resident investors, tax breaks are envisaged of up to 40% of the amount invested in innovative start-ups and SMEs.
**Information found on the Backtowork24 portal is not subject to approval by Consob (Italian authority for the supervision of financial markets). The issuer is solely responsible for the completeness and truthfulness of the data and information provided. Please note that investment in financial instruments issued by innovative start-ups is illiquid and characterized as very high risk.
dianax is making POINT OF NEED testing a reality.
Our revolutionary lab-on-a-chip* puts diagnostics in the palm of your hand – literally – by working in synergy with your smartphone.
By bringing laboratory-grade disease screening, diagnosis and monitoring to the patient, dianax is taking diagnostics straight to the POINT OF NEED. For the first time ever – patients and physicians will be able to KNOW NOW.
There is no time to wait:
the time is NOW
We are seeing a tectonic shift in healthcare infrastructure as we know it, powered by the smartphone revolution, and dianax is at the cutting-edge of mobile diagnostic transformation. Our device may be tiny but the implications are immense. While HbA1c-glycated hemoglobin blood testing for diabetes is our primary focus, the dianax lab-on-a-chip can test any protein extracted from bodily fluids (blood, urine, saliva), and so has the potential to transform diagnostic testing across a number of therapy areas.
We believe that rapid detection combined with informed decision-making will optimize treatment and improve patient outcomes. From expediting the screening, diagnosis and management of chronic diseases, such as diabetes or anemia, to detecting bacterial respiratory infections to prevent overuse or misuse of antibiotics, dianax will bring fast, reliable and affordable diagnostics to the POINT OF NEED – anytime, anywhere, for anyone.
We understand that when it comes to people’s health, to KNOW NOW really does matter.
Across the world …
1 in 2
people have iron deficiency anemia5
people are killed each year by antibiotic resistant infection6
We are indebted to those in the European Commission who recognized early on the extraordinary potential of our technology in changing the face of diagnostic testing and awarded a significant grant through their Horizon 2020 Program. This flagship initiative is designed to facilitate ‘breakthroughs, discoveries and world-firsts by taking great ideas from the lab to the market’, and we are committed to doing just that.
- Yole Développement. Point-of-Need Testing: Application of Microfluidic Technologies 2016 report. September 2016.
- Larsson A, et al. Ups J Med Sci. 2015;120(1):1–10 https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4389002/ [Accessed 10 Dec 2017]
- European Steering Group for Sustainable Healthcare
https://www.sustainable-healthcare.com/?gclid=EAIaIQobChMIx_DavY3_1wIVwbftCh3JtAIrEAAYASAAEgKq_vD_BwE [Accessed 10 Dec 2017]
- International Diabetes Federation (IDF) Diabetes Atlas – 8th Edition 2017 http://www.diabetesatlas.org [Accessed 25 January 2018]
- World Health Organization. Micronutrient deficiencies. http://www.who.int/nutrition/topics/ida/en/ [Accessed 25 January 2018]
- Review on Antimicrobial Resistance. Tackling drug-resistant infections globally: Final Report and recommendations.
https://amr-review.org/sites/default/files/160525_Final%20paper_with%20cover.pdf [Accessed 25 January 2018]