Global Public Health Solutions


We are bringing the next generation of Latent Tuberculosis Infection diagnostics to those who need it most.

In partnership with QIAGEN®, we are advancing the way tuberculosis is diagnosed. Combining our technology with Qiagen’s market leading test, QuantiFERON®, we are taking testing out of the laboratory and into the community.

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  • Ability to perform 8 tests simultaneously
  • Early positive results from 3 minutes
  • Simple testing process
  • Minimal training requirements
  • Single patient visit
  • Objective automated test result
  • No calibration or maintenance required
  • Suitable for in-field / out-of-laboratory testing:
  • No cold chain required
  • No continuous power supply required
  • No computer access required
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Tuberculosis: The Facts

Tuberculosis is a respiratory bacterial illness that affects approximately 25% of the global population, killing 1.5 million people every year. More people die of tuberculosis than HIV or malaria. Tuberculosis may lay in a dormant state in the lungs (latent tuberculosis) before turning into active tuberculosis. When diagnosed, most tuberculosis cases can be cured through antibiotic treatment.


We have created a highly accurate digital test, which enables you to access your own flu diagnosis in 12 minutes in the comfort of your own home. The Ellume Pandemic Home Flu Test connects to your smartphone and provides easy on-screen instructions through the test’s app. The app also allows you to directly access clinical advice and treatment.

We are working closely with relevant health authorities to connect into aggregated data in real-time, allowing for immediate response during pandemic outbreaks.

Influenza Pandemic: The facts

An influenza pandemic is an outbreak of a new influenza A virus that spreads and infects a large proportion of the world population. The most recent example was the 2009 swine flu pandemic. The 2009 pandemic is estimated to have caused between 151,700 and 575,400 influenza-associated deaths worldwide.

The 1918 influenza pandemic was the most severe pandemic in recent history. The number of deaths was estimated to be at least 50 million worldwide with about 675,000 occurring in the United States.


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