PCR|ONE

Fastest point-of-care analyzer for comprehensive molecular diagnostics

PCR|ONE is an innovative diagnostic system constructed by Curiosity Diagnostics for rapid identification of pathogens.

PCR|ONE system will allow for detection of common viral and microbial causes of infections.

Short sample-to-answer time makes it ideal for routine testing during the first contact with general practitioner.  Easy to use and disposable cartridges allow for up to 64 independent molecular analyzes and identification of tens of genetic markers from a single sample during a fully automated, 15 minutes procedure. Such a wide spectrum of analysis and short turnaround time allows for quick selection of informed and effective treatment.

Compared to traditional methods of pathogen identification, which require microbial cultures and take days to deliver the result, PCR|ONE system offers a unique combination of speed, simplicity of use and wide spectrum of analyzed pathogens.

All this makes PCR|ONE a truly unique proposition for the dynamically emerging market of Point-of-Care molecular testing.

 

Fully automated procedure


Sample in - answer out

(I) COLLECT SAMPLE

(II) TRANSFER TO CARTRIDGE AND RUN

 (III) RESULT

(IV) TREATMENT

Providing instant diagnostics
where it is needed most:


from the first contact with the GP, through emergency units
to clinical treatment of infections.

INFORMED TREATMENT OF COMMON INFECTIONS

Rapid identification of viral and bacterial infections with PCR|ONE allows for an informed choice of treatment, right at the place of contact with your doctor.

SEPSIS
GOLDEN HOUR

Saving patients with systemic infections requires rapid administration of drugs. PCR|ONE system allows drugs to be specifically targeted for optimal treatment.

THROUGHPUT
AND AVAILABILITY

Point-of-care format and short turnaround time provide for easy access and high throughput, making the PCR|ONE system ideal for emergency care units.

Comprehensive answers

Single Run. Multiple pathogens.

The PCR|ONE system allows to execute up to 64 independent PCR reactions from every single sample. This allows us to design comprehensive test panels for reliable identification of tens of pathogens and resistance traits in a single run from every sample.