LabiNose 43 is a fully integrated, manual chemical vapor
detection instrument; Commercially named ELECTRONIC NOSE, it is specifically designed to
detect and identify complex chemical mixtures that constitute aromas, odors, fragrances,
formulations, spills and leaks. It can be used to identify simple mixtures and individual
biochemical compounds, it is specifically configured for the detection of Volatile Organic
Compounds present in Human Breath.
It has 32 chemosorestores (sensors), the chemoreceptors are composed of carbon
polymers incorporated into a matrix.
LabiNose 43 has the CDAnalysisTM-Chemometric Data Analysis software, which allows multivariate
analysis to establish differences between the healthy group and the group of patients.
The LabiNose 43 team uses the versatile and intuitive PCNose software to "learn" the chemical
profile of the Volatile Organic Compounds, which allows us to develop our own libraries of
biochemical pathology features. The PCNose software and the NoseChip® arrangement allow us to
evaluate the sample with the Algorithm in order to generate a Negative Predictive Value with a
high sensitivity greater than 90% of Accuracy. Each measurement is evaluated with a statistical
quality rating of 1 to 5 stars.
The intellectual property incorporated in the LabiNose 43 equipment is protected by more than 60
patents in the United States