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There is an urgent need to develop more efficient diagnosis for acute pneumonia especially at early stages. By using cANGPTL4-centered biomarker, rapid diagnosis of pneumonia can be achieved from relatively non-invasive samples such as serum, sputum, and broncho-alveolar lavage fluid (BALF). In conjuction with local and overseas collaborators, samples from acute pneumonia patients were analyzed and matched with controls. By constructing a cANGPTL4 isoform-specific enzyme immunoassay (ELISA) diag...

Booth D11 - National Health Innovation Centre Singapore
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Burkholderia pseudomallei is a Gram negative motile bacillus and an environmental saprophyte that causes melioidosis. While the disease is commonly reported in Southeast Asia and Northern Australia, an alarming rate of clinical cases are being reported in other regions like America, Africa and India. The developed iiPCR assay include unique primers and probe which target specific genes of Burkholderia pseudomallei that presents at the pole of the bacterial cell. Our assay is able to distinguish ...

Booth C01 - UNIVERSITY OF MALAYA (UM)
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Our Technology Proprietary triple technology of plant bioactive extraction, plant bioink composite and 3D bioprinting methodology, enables 3D bioprinting of high resolution, multi-layered bioscaffold with larger surface area, smaller and controllable pore sizes (400-100 micron or smaller)  and greater porosity (>90%). Bioscaffolds printed have demonstrated enhanced cell attachment and proliferation, tunable biodegradation profile that can be monitored in vivo and non-invasively in real time. Bi...

Booth FI17 - Kosmode Health Singapore
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The digital stereo microscope offers the ability to manipulate specimens and send images to a computer and so has become a widely used instrument. Students, researchers, manufacturers, and hobbyists find stereo microscopes to be easy to use while providing real-time three-dimensional images.  However, current conventional microscope requires the user to look through a pair of eyepieces which has caused great discomfort to many users.

Booth B28 - Ngee Ann Polytechnic
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The conventional methods for cultivating stem cells typically require the use of animals and biochemical growth factors. These methods are costly and the stem cells produced are often cancerous. The technology is a method for growing stem cells without the need of animals or biochemical factors. The device, called inorganic sculptured extracellular nanomatrices (iSECnMs), uses nanoscopic structures on its surfaces to stimulate cell growth. The material is biocompatible and low-cost, so the devic...

Booth B25 - Hong Kong Baptist University (Knowledge Transfer Office)
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An automated microfluidic system for mimicking the function of the blood flow to culture and test skin explants and 3D skin equivalents in a unique microenvironment so that natural skin properties and conditions are established. Driven by the global need for reliable alternatives to animal models, this organ-on-a-chip technology offers integrated research processes for more realistic and cost-effective screening of chemicals, drugs, and cosmetic formulations. It provides an advanced testing pl...

Booth D03 - Budding Innovations Pte. Ltd.
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We provide expertise in claims validation of active ingredients and personal care products through our one stop dermatology testing platform. Our methods adhere to cosmetic regulations and helps our clients to accelerate their product development and commercialisation. With our extensive network and experience in this industry, we are able to assist companies in their personal care product development from the initial R&D stage all the way to production and launch.

Booth A23 - DeNova Sciences Pte Limited
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The technology enables rapid and accurate detection of lifestyle biomarkers while being user friendly, non-invasive (test based on saliva or urine sample - no blood required), and low cost. The platform technology enables detection and quantification of lifestyle-related biomarkers (including stress, active lifestyle impact, sleep effectiveness, and training). Based on this data, personalised recommendations can be made for interventions, nutrition, training, lifestyle interventions or others. ...

Booth D03 - Budding Innovations Pte. Ltd.
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Various methods and carriers are routinely used for the separation of biopolymer molecules, such as mono- and multi-phosphorylated peptides or recombinant peptides/proteins with a polyhistidine tag (His-tag). However, these methods and carriers have limiting characteristics, for example, insufficient purity of separated proteins, limited surface area of microspheres accessible for binding, gradual release of the carrier ions during separation, poor mechanical stability, and toxicity of the relea...

Booth C19 - University of Pardubice
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Each year, around 1.5 million people suffer from fractures attributed to osteoporosis. Although treatments exist, recurring fractures are frequent as bone healing requires recruitment of patient’s already diminished pool of stem cells for new bone formation. Subsequent bone fractures thus become increasingly difficult to heal as bone healing ability tends to decrease after each fracture. Although differentiated stem cells can help reverse this process, one major obstacle in implementing this tec...

Booth C11 - NUS ILO
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Prostate cancer is one of the most common cancers in men around the world but it is treatable if detected in its early stages. According to Hong Kong Cancer Registry statistics, prostate cancer is the third most common cancer in men and the fifth most fatal cancer. According to a newsletter “MedicalNewsToday” (source: https://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/150086. php), approximately 50 percent of all men over the age of 50 years have prostatic intraepithelial neoplasia (PIN). Low-grade PIN ...

Booth B25 - Hong Kong Baptist University (Knowledge Transfer Office)
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A key problem affecting growth of seafood restaurants in Singapore is the lack of supply of good meaty crabs. Some restaurants resort to the use of lean crabs but this inevitably leads to customer complaints, damage to the restaurant's reputation and loss of business. The current methods adopted by the industry to grade crabs are inadequate as they are empirical and based on tacit knowledge and subjective judgement. We have developed reliable and accruate spectroscopy-based strategies for gradin...

Booth B14 - Nanyang Polytechnic
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We provide expertise in claims validation of active ingredients and personal care products through our one stop dermatology testing platform. Our methods adhere to cosmetic regulations and helps our clients to accelerate their product development and commercialisation. With our extensive network and experience in this industry, we are able to assist companies in their personal care product development from the initial R&D stage all the way to production and launch.

Booth A23 - DeNova Sciences Pte Limited
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Iridoviruses cause systemic diseases in fishes. They are a significant cause of mortality in more than 32 species of cultured marine and freshwater fishes and a few species of ornamental fishes such as the Gourami species, Dwarf gourami, angel fish, guppies, platys and doctor fish.  There is an immediate need for on-site iridoviral disease diagnostics that could potentially help in farm biosecurity risk management. The technology owner has developed an optical immunoassay (OIA) based iridovirus...

Booth B27 - Temasek Polytechnic
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Molecular biology technique, especially PCR or molecular photocopying can be used in a wide variety of research purposes. For example DNA cloning for sequencing, DNA-based phylogeny, or functional analysis of genes; the diagnosis of hereditary diseases; the identification of genetic fingerprints; and the detection and diagnosis of infectious diseases. However, in some countries, PCR is still not developed as its expectation because of high cost in both chemicals or reagents and equipment. To all...

Booth C02 - National Agency of Science and Technology Information
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