Aperon Biosystems Corp.
This article was originally published in Start Up
Aperon Biosystems Corp. wants to make monitoring of nitric oxide-a reliable marker of airway inflammation--as routine for asthma patients as glucose checks are for diabetics. It is developing a low cost, noninvasive NO biosensor suitable for use at the point of care and at home for asthma self management. The company believes that regular monitoring with its device will give patients the feedback they need to better control their symptoms.
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