LexaGene in Forbes: Positioned to fight coronavirus pandemic
Forbes profile on LexaGene’s technology: ‘It’s hard to imagine a startup better positioned to respond to the coronavirus pandemic than Beverly, Massachusetts-based LexaGene.’
LexaGene on ABC News
LexaGene featured on ABC affiliate WCVB News Boston on how the company plans to help with better testing for the rapid detection of COVID-19.
LexaGene in New York Times
LexaGene mentioned in New York Times article focusing on genomic testing efforts to combat COVID-19.
LexaGene mentioned in Forbes on COVID-19
LexaGene CEO Dr. Jack Regan mentioned in Forbes article on the potential infection rate of COVID-19 and worldwide impact.
Interview: LexaGene placement in hospital testing lab
To expand on the news of LexaGene’s placement in a major US hospital laboratory for COVID-19 testing, Dr. Jack Regan spoke to an investment program about the latest on company plans. Watch video.
Insights: Why Tests Fail
LexaGene CEO Dr. Jack Regan featured in Science News email update 24 April 2020. Here is an excerpt from the newsletter featuring Dr. Regan’s insights: Q&A: When the tests fail To find out why fast diagnostic tests for COVID-19 sometimes fail, Science News talked to Jack Regan, a virologist who founded LexaGene, a company based in…
News recap of new hire and LexaGene testing
LexaGene CEO and Founder Dr. Jack Regan talks with Proactive Investors about the importance of making another key hire to further the goal of a successful commercial launch of the LX Analyzer – and also discusses how LexaGene’s powerful and fast detection of COVID-19 and other respiratory pathogens compares to new testing.
Dr. Regan quoted in Boston Herald
Dr. Jack Regan, CEO and Founder of LexaGene quoted in Boston Herald article on the potential resurgence of COVID-19 in the fall.
LexaGene featured in Clinical Lab Products
LexaGene featured in Clinical Lab Products: “LexaGene responds to demand for better diagnostics for COVID-19.”
LexaGene talks COVID with Boston Herald
LexaGene featured in Boston Herald: “Testing for the coronavirus could be done in an hour without lab-trained technicians using a device the size of a Keurig coffee machine that a Boston-area biotech company is developing.”
LexaGene in Boston Herald
LexaGene CEO Dr. Jack Regan quoted as a virologist and influenza expert in the Boston Herald on the challenges of self-quarantine measures during the 2019 coronavirus outbreak.
LexaGene local coverage: Coronavirus
Read local coverage of LexaGene’s development of a genetic analyzer to detect viruses like coronavirus.