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Subject: Health technologies > Diagnostic technologies
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Efficacy of Standard Methods for Water Testing at a Range of Nonstandard Temperature

Fifteen strains of Escherichia coli from various geographical areas, animal, and soil sources were tested on standard and nonstandard detection assays at temperatures from 23°C to 45°C to test the viability of currently available E. coli tests in low-resource settings. Presented at the American Society for Microbiology Conference, June 1, 2008; Boston, MA.

Author: Allen E, Dillman L, Weigl B

Publication date: June 2008

Region: Global

Evaluation of Syndromic Management for Chlamydia Trachomatis in STI Clinics in Bolivia

A comparison of the sensitivity and specificity of syndromic management for diagnosis of chlamydia to PCR-based reference methods in a large sample of women in Bolivia. Presented at: International Society for STD Research (ISSTDR), July 26, 2007; Seattle, WA.

Author: Steele M, Tinajeros F, Cohen J, et al

Publication date: July 2007

Region: Global

Evaluation of the PATH GC-Check Rapid Test for the Detection of Gonococcal Infection Among Female Sex Workers in Benin

A report on the comparison of results from the PATH GC-check rapid test for gonococcal infection to the 16SrRNA PCR test conducted in a laboratory. Presented at: International Society for Sexually Transmitted Diseases Research (ISSTDR), July 10, 2005; Amsterdam, Netherlands.

Author: Michel A, Aïna G, Ndour M, et al

Publication date: July 2005

Region: Global

Examination of Venous and Capillary Blood Specimens for Assessment of Vitamin A Deficiency (Thailand Study)

This study provided the first evidence of the biological comparability between serum retinol levels estimated from venous blood and capillary blood. This critical observation provides empirical evidence that this important indicator of vitamin A status may be measured from capillary blood, which has important implications for nonclinical population-based research.

Author: Gorstein J; Dary O; Pongtorn; Shell-Duncan B; Quick T; Hix J; Kandavasee; Wasanwisut E

Publication date: 2005

Region: Asia

Exploring the Role of the US Government in a Future Advance Market Commitment: Recommendations for Policymakers

This fact sheet from the Global Health Technologies Coalition provides specific recommendations to US policymakers about the role and engagement of the US government in a future advance market commitment.

Publication date: March 2011

Region: North America and Europe

Extending the Reach of Molecular Diagnostics

A visual display charting some diagnostic technologies (e.g., PCR, ELISA, Lumora, TwistDx, and nonintstrumented nucleic acid amplification (NINA) on axes of performance and reach (the ability to function in low-resource areas).  Presented at PATH, January 10, 2010; Seattle, WA.

Author: Weigl B

Publication date: November 2009

Region: Global

Fighting Malaria Today and Tomorrow: PATH Works With Developing Countries to Achieve a Malaria-Free World

This fact sheet describes PATH's work to eliminate malaria, including expanding the use of lifesaving tools, identifying and developing better diagnostics and drugs, devising new strategies for malaria control, and accelerating the development of malaria vaccines.

Publication date: May 2013

Region: Global

Part of series: Areas of focus fact sheets

A HealthTech Historical Profile: HIV Dipstick

Historical profile on the PATH development and advancement of the HIV dipstick.

Publication date: June 2005

Region: North America and Europe

A HealthTech Historical Profile: Lateral-Flow, Point-of-Care Diagnostic Tests for Infectious Disease

Historical profile on the PATH development and advancement of point-of-care diagnostic tests.

Publication date: June 2005

Region: North America and Europe

HIV Dipstick

Part of the Technology Updates series, this fact sheet describes the HIV dipstick project at PATH.

Publication date: May 2009

Region: Global

Part of series: Technology Updates

HIV/AIDS Technologies: A Review of Progress to Date and Current Prospects

This paper was commissioned as an introductory landscape analysis for the aids2031 Science and Technology Working Group as part of a series of working papers under the aids2031 initiative. The paper builds on other recent landscape analysis work in the fields of HIV prevention technologies, therapeutics, and diagnostics and is intended to serve as a resource on the current status of research and development for biomedical and other technological interventions to prevent, treat, and diagnose HIV/AIDS.

Author: Alcorn K

Publication date: October 2008

Region: Global

Part of series: aids2031 working papers

HOT Diagnostic Technologies: Low-Cost, Point-of-Care Nucleic Acid Amplification Using Chemical Heat to Replace Traditional Heat Sources

Demonstration of the feasibility of exothermic chemical heating as a component of a new, low-cost, disposable diagnostic platform that can be used for detection of a wide variety of infectious diseases. Presented at: 6th Annual World Health Care Congress, April 12, 2009; Washington, DC.

Author: LaBarre P, Gerlach J, Wilmoth J, Beddoe A, Singleton JL, Weigl BH

Publication date: April 2009

Region: Global

HPV DNA Testing: Technical and Programmatic Issues for Cervical Cancer Prevention in Low-resource Settings

Author: Sherris J; Herdman C; Malloy C

Publication date: 2000

Region: Global

HPV Testing: Promise and Challenges

Publication date: 2003

Region: Global

Incentives and Innovative Financing for Global Health Product Development

This fact sheet from the Global Health Technologies Coalition explores different incentives and innovative financing mechanisms and their role in global health product development.

Publication date: October 2010

Region: North America and Europe

Innovation for Global Health

Innovation for Global Health is the Global Health Technologies Coalition's e-newsletter focusing on the development and delivery of lifesaving health tools to people in need worldwide. The newsletter provides updates on the latest research and policy developments on innovative tools to prevent, diagnose, and treat diseases. It includes news from US agencies, Congress, the current administration, and the global health community at large.

Publication date: 2014

Region: North America and Europe

Part of series: E-newsletters

Innovation in Biochemical Cervical Cancer Screening

This fact sheet gives an update regarding the two START project biochemical tests being developed to advance cervical cancer screening.

Author: START Team

Publication date: 2006

Region: Global

Innovations in Cervical Cancer Screening

This fact sheet summarizes the work being done by PATH to develop two new tests to detect infection with cancer-causing human papillomavirus. Designed by the private sector—in partnership with PATH—for use in low-resource settings, these molecular and biochemical screening tools are an innovative answer to the challenge of preventing cervical cancer in the developing world.

Author: Lim J, Sellors J

Publication date: December 2007

Region: Global

Lab-on-a-Card Assay for Enteric Pathogens

We describe the functional elements of a diagnostic instrument and disposable enteric card system under development that rapidly identifies and differentiates Shigella, E. coli, Campylobacter, and Salmonella in stool samples. These elements, currently realized as microfluidic subcircuits on individual cards, are: (1) pathogen capture and lysing, (2) nucleic acid capture, (3) on-chip rapid PCR, and (4) lateral flow detection of amplicons. Presented at the Solid State Sensor, Actuator and Microsystems Workshop, June 4, 2006; Hilton Head Island, SC.

Author: Weigl BH, Gerdes JC, Tarr P, et al

Publication date: June 2006

Region: Global

LAMP Without Electric Heat: A Chemically-Heated, Non-Instrumented Nucleic-Acid Amplification Assay Platform for Point-of-Care Use

A demonstration of the feasibility of loop-mediated isothermal amplification, supported by exothermic chemical reactions as the basis of a new, low-cost, disposable diagnostic platform that can be used for detection of a wide variety of infectious diseases. Presented at: AACC 41st Annual Oak Ridge Conference, April 16, 2009; Baltimore, MD.

Author: LaBarre P, Gerlach J, Wilmoth J, Beddoe A, Singleton JL, Weigl BH

Publication date: April 2009

Region: Global

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