Metrichor provides integrated solutions for the whole analysis process
Collection and preparation of your sample e.g. blood, environmental, food, water.More info
DNA / RNA Sequence
Nanopore devices reveal the DNA information from your sample, for immediate analysis.More info
Real-time, actionable insights
Analysis gives you actionable information in real-time, that may be shared across a distributed network.More info
Collection and preparation of your sample e.g. blood, environmental, food, water.
Your starting sample may be tissue such as blood, urine, sputum or saliva. Or it may be environmental samples such as water or soil, or a sample from a foodstuff or biological production line.
We will work with you to deliver solutions to extract and prepare DNA or RNA from your original sample. As well as kits, users of nanopore technology are already starting to use the automated preparation device VolTRAX, which we will continue to develop for specific use scenarios.
DNA / RNA Sequence
Nanopore devices reveal the DNA information from your sample, for immediate analysis.
Nanopore technology uniquely gives DNA/RNA sequence data in real time, allowing data analysis to start immediately for efficient and rapid workflows. Nanopore sensors are uniquely scalable and could be deployed as microsensors or large installations. Scientific researchers are already using the technology at various scales including handheld to desktop sequencers. More information on nanopore technology.
Analysis gives you actionable information in real-time, that may be shared across a distributed network.
Metrichor Ltd has developed the EPI2ME platform to enable real-time, cloud based analysis of biological data. Analysis workflows can be designed for bespoke needs; your needs may include analysis of data with metadata such as time/location, distributed analysis from multiple locations at the same time, incorporation into existing software platforms or the development of tools based on your own SOPs. Examples of the EPI2ME platform currently include the ‘What’s in my Pot’ workflow, which allows users to identify species present in a mixed sample in real time.