How Does It Work?
At a convenient point-of-care site, provide a painless sample of saliva
On-site staff place sample on prepped nano-sensors
If viral DNA/RNA is present in the sample our Machine Learning algorithms detect it and provide the results in under 20 minutes
How is this different from other COVID tests?
* Veralize has been tested with synthetic strains of COVID and yielded 95% accuracy. Sign up to get a screening test and help us increase our sample set.
** PCR-based tests are the gold standard for COVID testing, but accuracy problems occur during transport of samples and in early cases before viral load is high
*** LAMP-based tests have shown a high rate of false negatives, mostly due to the amplification process that requires a high viral load
high accuracy *
non-invasive saliva sample
adaptable to all strains
less than 20 minutes
high false negatives ***
Manufactured in the US to the highest standards, our device sensitivity is better than RT-PCR and its specificity is better than current lab tests of any kind.
Simple user interface, easy to use. Machine Learning facilitates onsite data analysis and the provision of results in under 20 minutes.
Infectious diseases will continue to be a threat even after COVID has been managed. The Veralize system is designed to identify a wide range of bacterial and viral infections. The nano-tube test strips can be encoded with new detection information and provide long-term confidence.
Who needs Veralize?
Frequently asked questions
How do I purchase the device?
Has this device received FDA approval?
We are still seeking FDA approval and need to provide positive tests. If you think you may have COVID and would like a screening, please click the sign up button to schedule an appointment for screening.
How can I invest in this technology?
We are currently seeking investors that want to help humanity. To find out more, check out our investor page.
Is the screening painless?
Yes, the process is completely painless and non-invasive. It involves providing a saliva sample in a test tube.
How does the technology work?
The core of the technology is the use of carbon nanotube testing strips that provide an electrical signal when the primed virus information encoded on the chip matches any virus in the sample. Half of the virus DNA/RNA is used like a lock and the test sample serves as the key.