NONPROFIT, NONPARTISAN PLATFORM OF ACCURATE SCIENCE-BASED SOLUTIONS TO COVID-19

DNA Software, Inc

Business Name:
DNA Software, Inc
Business Genre:
Business Description:

Software company that provides solutions to help primer design multiplexes, copy number detection, and other applications important for DNA diagnostics [2]

City:
Ann Harbor
State:
MI
Country:
USA
Data/Evidence of Effectiveness:
Still in development, no results
Complimentary Products Needed to Perform Test:
Not found, but should be similar to other multiplex PCR-based detections
Setting of Care:
Should be in clinical lab settings
Current Status / Clinical Development Stage / Expected Milestones:
Still in development, need to acquire EUA for use
Funding & Ownership :
1 Million [5]
Business Model:
They provide various softwares to help researcher from primer design to interpret the DNA diagnostic results [4]
IP:
N/A
History & Origins :
Apply Dr. John SantaLucia’s finding regarding behavioral of DNA into the software to improve the traditional trial and error experimentation [2]
Date EUA Issued:
None (**Still in development)
Sources:
“[1] https://www.dnasoftware.com/ [2] https://www.dnasoftware.com/who-we-are/our-story/ [3] https://www.dnasoftware.com/wp-content/uploads/SPADA-Report-Developing-Molecular-Assays-for-Microbial-Pathogens.pdf [4] https://www.dnasoftware.com/our-products/ [5] https://www.zoominfo.com/c/dna-software-inc/36425356 [6] https://www.dnasoftware.com/who-we-are/team/”
Organization:
John SantaLucia (CEO), Joseph A. Johnson (VP) [6]
Time to Result:
Not found, but should be close to other standard PCR tests.
Test Sample Type:
Should be nasopharyngeal swab
Technology Overview:
Not found, but based on the company’s goal, should be using multiplex primers to detect both SARS-CoV-2 virus and Influenza virus and be able to destinguish them through fluoresence or other detection methods
Testing Type:
Should be qualitative viral test
Test Category:
RT-PCR
Test Name:
Upper Respiratory Virus Panel, multiplex PCR, COVID-19, Influenza A B
Clinical Application & Need:
Potentially using multiplex PCR to detect acute infection [3]
Age of Company:
2000

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