EQO Dx Calypso
EQO Dx Calypso
EQO's targeted and highly-sensitive proprietary analytics platform enables rapid response. EQO CALYPSO allows autonomous early detection of live organisms at the single molecule level for mitigation success.
* Patent Pending
Detect Live vs Dead Organisms: EQO Dx proprietary technology captures and preserves traces of genetic materials of live organisms of interest.
Automated Sampling and Preservation: EQO Calypso Automated Sampling Platform can be programmed to take genetic snapshot samples (RNA and DNA) of up to 2000 liters at a schedule that works for you. Samples are collected and preserved with ease.
Diagnostics Report with Actionable Information: EQO provides clients with a dashboard and full report to show stages of infestation and recommendation for appropriate action.
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Large Samples Monitored
Systematic, frequent, and efficient monitoring of large enough samples (up to 2000 liters - more representative and more sensitive).
Less Labor Intensive
Significantly less labor intensive than traditional eDNA sampling.
EQO CALYPSO preserves eRNA, genetic information that degrades relatively quickly in the environment and is the result of genetic activity of live organisms.
The best data for efficient and effective response to invasive species problems.
Placed at strategic locations, including where human intervention is unpractical, difficult or restricted.
EQO bio-monitoring platform is non-invasive, safe, and easy to use. No destruction or perturbation of the local environment.
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Tell us what you're experiencing and we'll walk you through the best solution and how to use the product, free of charge. Most importantly, once your water sample is tested, we can talk you through how to use the report.
Early Stage Infestation Detected
Estimated $2 Million Saved by Avoiding Infestation
Samples analyzed for eRNA associated with a living and active zebra mussel populations showed mild positive signal. These results indicate an early stage infestation. Early response intervention was recommended and executed. This water body is no longer infested and continues to be monitored to keep it that way.