ANP Technologies, Inc.

Newark,  DE 
United States
http://www.anptinc.com
  • Booth: 9518


A Leader in Nanotherapeutics, Immunogenicity and Biodefense

ANP produces tools for the U.S. Military, first responders, and emergency health professionals to detect biological warfare agents in white powder. Our rapid assay and handheld assay can detect up to 5 targets at a time in a single ticket, and are immune to the high-dose Hook effect, a highly dangerous false negative result with high concentrations.

Brands: biological warfare, white powder, rapid detection, bio threat, biological warfare agents, handheld assay, multiplexed assay, hook effect, homeland security, domestic preparedness


 Products

  • NIDS® 3000 Biothreat Detection System
    The NIDS® handheld reader is a palm-sized, portable, scanning device that reads Bio threat Handheld Assay results in field conditions while wearing PPE....

  • Nano–Intelligent Detection System (NIDS®) BioThreat Rapid Assay and Handheld Reader. This platform utilizes Lateral Flow Immunochromatography (LFI) in which capture antibodies are immobilized onto the substrate surface. Liquid sample is introduced onto the card and a wicking process forces a diffusion of the liquid analyte along a path toward interaction between the capture antibody and the analyte. A colorimetric change takes place if the analyte is present. ANP markets a multianalyte LFI strip for screening against several pathogens/toxins assembled in a microarray format. LFI strips are analyzed by inserting into a reader that is colorimetric based. Single target assays and multiplexes in 2-plex, 3-plex, 4-plex, and 5-plex formats are available.

    • Confirms the identity up to 10 bio agents & simulants in under 15 minutes

    • Identifies up to 5 agents per test strip with only 100 uL of sample fluid

    • Eliminates false negatives due to the Hook Effect

    • Assays have 2 year shelf life over a wide temperature range

    • Easy-to-use reader even while wearing PPE

    • Stores up to 3,000 test results, including a preserved scanned image of each test, on a microSD disc

  • Biothreat Handheld Assays
    The NIDS-3000 is the ideal HandHeld sensor to rapidly screen powder, liquid or surfaces with no need for serial dilutions. Also, it does not suffer from the Hook Effect, a deadly false negative result in the presence of highly concentrated samples....

  • Nano–Intelligent Detection System (NIDS®) BioThreat Rapid Assay and Handheld Reader. This platform utilizes Lateral Flow Immunochromatography (LFI) in which capture antibodies are immobilized onto the substrate surface. Liquid sample is introduced onto the card and a wicking process forces a diffusion of the liquid analyte along a path toward interaction between the capture antibody and the analyte. A colorimetric change takes place if the analyte is present. ANP markets a multianalyte LFI strip for screening against several pathogens/toxins assembled in a microarray format. LFI strips are analyzed by inserting into a reader that is colorimetric based. Single target assays and multiplexes in 2-plex, 3-plex, 4-plex, and 5-plex formats are available.

    Single target assays and multiplexes in 2-plex, 5-plex, and 10-plex formats for the detection of:

    • B. anthracis

    • Vaccinia

    • Brucella

    • Venezuelan Equine Encephalitis

    • Listeria

    • SEB

    • F. tularensis

    • Botulinum Toxin A

    • V. cholerae

    • E. coli 0157

    • Ricin

    • Coxiella burnetii

    • Y. pestis

    • Salmonella

  • NIDS® Universal Training Assays
    NIDS® Universal training assay pack contains 5 training assays (different combinations of results) with Positive and Negative (simulant) powders and 1 sampling kit
    ...

  • When called to investigate suspicious white powders, it is important for the first responder to maintain personal safety and to perform rapid test procedures in the correct sequence with the proper technique to ensure timely and accurate test results. The NIDS® Universal Training Assay (UTA) is a complete teaching toolkit for training first responders in the proper use of handheld assays (HHA) during unknown white powder events.

    The UTA training kit provides both negative and non-toxic positive white powder simulant samples for use as unknowns in training scenarios. The trainee is first taught how to prepare a sample of the suspicious powder in an aqueous solution using a sampling kit included in the kit. The unknown sample is then added to a multiplexed handheld assay test ticket, where various combinations of positive responses are generated when run with the positive simulant powder sample. When tested with the negative powder, the results will always be negative. The expected results with the positive sample are encoded on each test ticket, decodable only by the instructor.

    The UTA kit mimics exactly a real world scenario for a white powder event. Therefore, it is an ideal training tool for novice first responders to learn proper sample collection, preparation, and testing techniques using a HHA.


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