inPROBEis a nano-size glass probe placed in vivo inside a very thin biopsy needle, connected to a detecting device and with innovative components on a probe tip. Thanks to it’s thickness it is safer, much less stressful and much less painful.Fast and precise cancer diagnosis combined with modern therapies can help to SAVE UP TO 30% of people diagnosed with cancer by 2030.The high sensitivity of inProbe enables it into examine even single cells. It also allows to close access to the tumor without the need to get into the tumor as today, which can lead to malignant cancer.
All the data gathered during the procedure is transferred via fiber optics into the multi- purpose detecting device. The data is then calculated using specific algorithms and presented to the oncologist as a diagnostic result – a numerical measurement with exact level of tested components (e.g. HER2 cancer biomarker).
During cancer therapies inProbe will be able to measure the level of active ingredients (e.g. Trastuzumab) in cancer tumor cells, thus supporting & improving the efficiency of modern targeted cancer therapies and patients’ well-being.
SDS-MicroProbe can be a groundbreaking solution to overcome problems in current technology and enable analysis of biological processes inside the single cell in their natural state. As an expert in hematology, I am convinced that such solution would find several applications in research as well as in future cell therapies in the cancer area.
Hematologist/Oncologist M.D. PhDwith several years of scientific experience at NIH Bethesda, MD, USA
There is an unmet need to study biological processes within individual cells residing in their native niche. The SDS-MicroProbe addresses this shortcoming; it is a new approach in analyzing key intracellular parameters that indicate the functionality of a cell. The SDS-MicroProbe has the potential to substantially advance our ability to assess the status of living cells and thereby improve our ability to diagnose various diseases and evaluate the efficiency of interventions.
Professor, PhD of Harvard Medical School Boston, MA, USA
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