Daejeon, South Korea:
SEASUN BIOMATERIALS (CEO: Park Heekyung), a molecular diagnostic company has made its molecular diagnostic system ‘4S’ (SEASUNBIO SMART SHIELD SYSTEM) available at the Seoul National University (SNU) campus after the launching at Incheon International Airport.
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SEASUN BIOMATERIALS’ 4S system, a one-stop COVID-19 molecular diagnostic system located on the Seoul National University campus. (Photo: Business Wire)
The 4S on-site diagnostic system is a mobile molecular-laboratory equipped with negative pressure rooms and self-powered equipment for molecular diagnostics intended for rapid molecular examination and prevention of infectious diseases such as COVID-19. The entire procedure of COVID-19 diagnostics takes less than 1 hour which consists of filling out a brief questionnaire, sample collection, nucleic acid extraction, molecular detection and sending report results to customers’ mobile phones.
Since January 2021, SEASUN BIOMATERIALS’ AQ-TOP Plus has been used for COVID-19 detection in the ‘COVID-19 Test Center’ established at Incheon International Airport (ICN). The test results are reported within 2 hours at ICN. The passengers and ICN staff are very satisfied with the rapid and accurate procedure of the AQ-TOP Plus.
SEASUN BIOMATERIALS has two (2) diagnostic platforms of COVID-19 diagnostics, U-TOP COVID-19 and AQ-TOP COVID-19 Series. U-TOP COVID-19 Series is intended for the detailed examination which simultaneously discriminates S gene mutations in addition to the parallel examination of four (4) SARS-CoV-2 genes. AQ-TOP COVID-19 Series is intended for a rapid point-of-care test which is optimized for field diagnostics that requires high accuracy within a short testing time.
All COVID-19 related products of SEASUN BIOMATERIALS used in the 4S system have been officially approved by the MFDS, certified ‘Brand K’, CE-IVD marking and authorized under EUA from the US FDA, and have been exported globally since the first wave of the pandemic.
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