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Handheld Anthrax Detection for Australian Market

Universal Detection Technology : 25 February, 2010  (Application Story)
Increased risk of bioterrorism threat in Australian region to be counteracted by Universal Detection Technology with the 5-agent bioterrorism detection kit for use by the emergency services
Through its agreement with the US Department of Commerce's Commercial Service, Universal Detection Technology is promoting its handheld assays, used for detection of up to five bioterrorism agents, in Australia. UNDT is to be listed as a Featured US Exporter on Commercial Service's Australia website.


UNDT's 5-agent bioterrorism detection kits have been used extensively by first responders and private industry throughout the United States. Testing of the kits by the US DoD as well as the United Kingdom military show that the kits demonstrate no cross-reactivity with near neighbour species and no false positives with commonly encountered 'white powders'. The kits are designed to test for anthrax, botulinum toxin, ricin, plague (Y. Pestis) and SEBs in as little as three minutes.

"Through our relationship with the US Department of Commerce, we are working to expand our bio-weapons detection equipment offerings in countries that have been targeted by terrorists," said Universal Detection Technology CEO Jacques Tizabi. "We will continue to expand our international network through our relationship with the Department of Commerce," continued Tizabi.

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