The GenePOC system's protocols are the same for all tests, even for those with different targets and different samples. Moreover, the volume capacity of GenePOC's system exceeds that of other systems.
Unlike other systems, GenePOC's system does not produce significant amounts of waste; it produces approximately 10 percent of the waste of other devices, in terms of both volume and weight. As the system does not require purification and amplification of sample DNA, it offers enhanced ease of use and efficiency.
"GenePOC aims to transform the market by responding to customers' demand for a simple, user-friendly molecular diagnostic system," noted Brice. "It continues to find ways to improve its methods in order to produce affordable and, therefore, viable molecular diagnostic test consumables."
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