The N-Assay Diagnostic furnishes the ability to detect and identify bacteria and other microorganisms in record time and provide a nearly simultaneous determination of their antibiotic resistance with unparalleled sensitivity. It was unveiled at the 2016 Central Association of Obstetricians and Gynecologists Annual Meeting in October, 2016, winning the Judges’ Choice Award for poster presentation of: Development of a Novel Antibody-Based Assay for Simultaneous Identification of a Pathogen and Determination of its Antimicrobial Susceptibility. That presentation demonstrated the capability of the N-Assay for use against Group B Streptococcus, Gonorrhea, and Enterococcus.
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NanoLogix® NanoLogix FlatPack packaging allows for an extended shelf-life for our Petri plates that is frequently more than double today's standard. In ongoing shelf-life tests, NanoLogix Petri plates containing TSA media in FlatPacks® have maintained viability for nutrient and moisture levels for over three years in cold storage and over two years at room temperature (RT), as compared to 3-1/2 months of useable shelf life for competitive products that require refrigeration. Other agars have their usable shelf lives extended by varying amounts. NanoLogix plates can be used for isolating microorganisms, total plate count, and for maintaining stock cultures. All of the Petri plates NanoLogix produces are packaged in FlatPack packaging to ensure the longest useable shelf life, with most of the FlatPacks we produce undergoing a further electron-beam (e-beam) processing step to provide customers with the best product for their use with an extremely long shelf life.

NanoLogix®, Inc. is a biotechnology company specializing in live cell, rapid diagnostics. Its products offer accelerated detection and identification of microorganisms. In addition to medical, national defense, and homeland security applications, NanoLogix technology is applicable in pharmaceutical, industrial, veterinary and environmental testing. Patents granted to NanoLogix can be used in the areas of applied microbiology, soil microbiology and bioremediation, microbial physiology, molecular biology, pharmacology, pharmaco-kinetics, and antibiotic sensitivity.

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NanoLogix featured in Reuters Television Global Business News

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3 Minutes with the CEO

3 Minutes With Bret Barnhizer, CEO, NanoLogix Inc.

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Nanologix featured in the Daily Business Buzz Television News

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Nanologix assists an E Coli Study by the Woman's Hospital of Texas

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Update Nanologix® News:
Nanologix granted an European patent
The European Patent Office has informed our London and US Patent Law firms that our European application for the BNP has been granted as a European Patent under the European Patent Convention. The 38 member states where this patent applies are: Germany, France, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Switzerland, United Kingdom, Sweden, Italy, Austria, Liechtenstein, Greece, Spain, Denmark, Monaco, Portugal, Ireland, Finland, Cyprus, Turkey, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Estonia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Hungary, Romania, Poland, Iceland, Lithuania, Latvia, Malta, Croatia, Norway, Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, San Marino, Albania, and Serbia. With the EU Patent grant, NanoLogix is electing to file for national patent issuance in the majority of the covered countries with some exceptions. This BNP patent grant joins the NanoLogix portfolio of patents for the BNP granted in Japan and Russia, and when each member state patent is issued to NanoLogix will dramatically increase the number of granted patents in our portfolio.

Update Nanologix® News:
YSU business students learn by doing
NanoLogix is pleased to have been mentioned in a news update from Youngstown State University's Williamson College of Business Administration. The update focused upon the participation of seven area companies that worked with students on their Exporting Course projects for assessing international marketing potential. The assessments were performed utilizing a powerful marketing resource database available through the University and the State of Ohio. The management and staff of NanoLogix, as a member of the local business community and as a current exporter to a number of countries, view participation in educational projects such as this as part of their duty to that community. We are pleased to have been able to contribute to the education of students about to enter their business careers. more>>>

UpdateNanologix® NewsWire: Nanologix Exhibits at ASM Annual Meeting in Boston and welcomes VP for Sales and Marketing Read more>>>

UpdateNanologix® News: NanoLogix's new N-Assay rapid test discussed in article by Dr. Jonathan Faro in latest issue of Med Lab Observer Read more>>>

UpdateNanologix® News: State of Ohio International Trade Assistance Center at YSU Assists NanoLogix with Foreign Distribution Agreements Read more>>>

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  • Aug 2,2018:
    NanoLogix Welcomes Dr. Jonathan Faro to Board of Directors.

    HUBBARD, OH--(Interweb - April 28, 2017) - NanoLogix, Inc. (OTC PINK: NNLX), Jonathan Faro, PhD, MD, joins as Director of Medical Development NanoLogix is pleased to announce the addition of Jonathan Faro, PhD, MD to the Company's Board of Directors. Dr. Faro is the co-inventor of the N-Assay modified ELISA bacteria-detection and identification technology and primary author of a number of published peer-reviewed research papers on the technology.
  • April 28, 2017:
    N-Assay To Be Presented at AACC Annual Meeting.

    HUBBARD, OH--(Interweb - April 28, 2017) - NanoLogix, Inc. (OTC PINK: NNLX), NanoLogix is pleased to announce that the N-Assay Bacteria Diagnostic, recently configured for detection and identification of a rare Deinococcus bacteria species will be presented in poster format at the American Association for Clinical Chemistry (AACC) 69th Annual Scientific