BIOMATRICA

Biomatrica provides diagnostics manufacturers with the ability increase market share by chemically stabilizing assay reagents and samples. Biomatrica's innovative stability technologies preserve biological materials, such as DNA, RNA, proteins, cells and entire assays. The Technology allow diagnostic companies to access to wider markets, reduce assay development time vs. lyophilization, and eliminate the need for risky, expensive cold chain management. The company's ambient temperature storage technology was originally developed based upon the phenomenon of anhydrobiosis, the ability of some organisms to hibernate in a desiccated state during dry periods, and then reanimate upon contact with water. Focusing their studies on microscopic, desert-dwelling creatures called Tardigrades, which undergo anhydrobiosis for up to 120 years, Biomatrica scientists identified how to chemically mimic the mechanism of anhydrobiosis. These studies resulted in a thermostable, dissolvable, glass-like matrix that effectively packages and protects the targeted molecules in any given biological sample. Following stabilization at room temperature with Biomatrica's technology, biological specimens can be rehydrated for subsequent studies with the addition of a few drops of water. 

Biomatrica

Biomatrica provides diagnostics manufacturers with the ability increase market share by chemically stabilizing assay reagents and samples. Biomatrica's innovative stability technologies preserve biological materials, such as DNA, RNA, proteins, cells and entire assays. The Technology allow diagnostic companies to access to wider markets, reduce assay development time vs. lyophilization, and eliminate the need for risky, expensive cold chain management. The company's ambient temperature storage technology was originally developed based upon the phenomenon of anhydrobiosis, the ability of some organisms to hibernate in a desiccated state during dry periods, and then reanimate upon contact with water. Focusing their studies on microscopic, desert-dwelling creatures called Tardigrades, which undergo anhydrobiosis for up to 120 years, Biomatrica scientists identified how to chemically mimic the mechanism of anhydrobiosis. These studies resulted in a thermostable, dissolvable, glass-like matrix that effectively packages and protects the targeted molecules in any given biological sample. Following stabilization at room temperature with Biomatrica's technology, biological specimens can be rehydrated for subsequent studies with the addition of a few drops of water. 

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