Stay one step ahead with breakthrough pathogen detection
PathSensors is a leading biotechnology
Our biodefense and mail screening customers include governments, large financial institutions, Fortune 500s, and event venues.
Agricultural users will find our products at plant inspection stations, the USDA, and at indoor agriculture facilities.
In the food safety space, we’re leaders in the detection of dangerous pathogens like listeria spp., salmonella spp., and E.coli.
About CANARY Technology
CANARY (Cellular Analysis and Notification of Antigen Risks and Yields) is a cell-based biosensor technology that delivers extremely rapid detection of pathogens at previously unattainable levels of speed, sensitivity, and specificity.
Originally developed by MIT–Lincoln Laboratories to combat anthrax attacks after the events of 9/11, the CANARY biosensor is genetically engineered to detect pathogens quickly and accurately. PathSensors holds the exclusive license to CANARY and is actively deploying the technology to address emerging issues, in addition to exploring new applications for CANARY in the future.
Why Choose PathSensors
PathSensors has a strong track record of success in numerous industries, with experience ranging from new system design to product implementation. We work with folks who desire to be on the cutting edge of pathogen detection and can benefit from the effectiveness and efficiency of CANARY technology. We are customer-centric and are focused on providing the highest level of quality and service to our partners. Whether you have a need for one of our current products or have an idea for a future solution, you can depend on PathSensors to get the job done. Contact us – we’d love to hear from you.
Years of experience in the pathogen detection industry
Pathogens in our biosensor library
of assays shipped weekly
On time delivery rate
“[PathSensors] went above and beyond with its customer service by regularly inquiring as to [our] satisfaction with its products and services…products arrived in excellent condition and performed at a consistently high level.”- US Government Biodefense Customer
By Sharon McDonald, MEd, RD, LDN. This article was originally posted by the Penn State Extension Service on May 7th, 2019 and has been re-posted to the PathSensors blog. All credit goes to Sharon McDonald and the PennState Extension. Government agencies The U.S. Food...read more
By Ashley Nickle. This article was originally posted on The Packer on June 28th, 2018 and has been re-posted to the PathSensors blog. All credit goes to Ashley Nickle and The Packer. SALINAS, Calif. – Better pathogen detection or a kill step would help growers sleep...read more
By Jacqueline Howard. This article was originally published on CNN.com and has been reposted to the PathSensors blog. All credit goes to Jacqueline Howard and CNN. A suspected anthrax outbreak is raising alarm at Lake Nakuru National Park in Kenya after the sudden...read more