Fluxergy has expanded it’s U.S. headquarters after commercializing the test globally. The expansion will enable the company to ramp up production of the rapid test as well as further develop the test platform for other uses.
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Fluxergy is looking for partners to help bring its CE-marked COVID-19 test to market. The automated testing platform has multimodal capability allowing for a variety of assay types to be run simultaneously on the same cartridge.
Fluxergy, Inc. Receives CE-IVD Marking for a One-Hour COVID-19 RT-PCR Test and Positions for European Market Entry
IRVINE, CA., March 25, 2021 – Fluxergy, Inc., a medical diagnostic testing platform company with a detection technology solution capable of multimodality, announced today that it has obtained CE marking for its one-hour COVID-19 RT-PCR test, to use by healthcare professionals as an in vitro diagnostic (IVD) for the detection of SARS-CoV-2. The CE-mark will allow […]
“Initially, doctors weren’t even allowed to give tests unless they thought it was COVID,” Patel added. “In today’s world, data is so important. It’s all about technology to get this information sooner.”
Fluxergy’s Irvine campus will encompass over 65,000 sq. ft, as the company seeks to quickly build capacity for producing a high-speed point of care diagnostic testing system to assist in the COVID-19 pandemic response. July 20, 2020, Irvine, CA — Fluxergy LLC, has entered into an agreement to establish a new and expanded research and manufacturing […]
IRVINE, CA., July 2, 2020 – California-based Fluxergy will work with Mass General Brigham (MGB), a major health system in Massachusetts, to further evaluate Fluxergy’s innovative Research Use Only (RUO) COVID-19 testing platform, designed to deliver accurate PCR test results in under one hour.
“Fluxergy is proud to work with Mass General Brigham, one of the nation’s most respected healthcare systems, to assist in evaluating the efficacy of the Fluxergy COVID-19 PCR test,” said Dr. Ali Tinazli, Fluxergy’s Chief Commercialization Officer.
John Tu Helped Build OC’s Largest Private Company. Now He’s Funding a Device Maker to Fight the Spread of COVID-19.
John Tu is coming off a standout year at computer memory company Kingston Technology Corp., with record-breaking sales pushing the Fountain Valley maker of flash memory products, gaming equipment and other computer-related memory products to the top spot among Orange County’s largest private companies.