Publications

CAPTEC Medical Ltd. has a well-structured IP strategy to align with its business goals. CAPTEC acknowledges and is cognizant of the achievements already gained in this highly intense competitive field of medical research and endeavor. In the due diligence of articulating our IP we are fully aware of the efforts of others in the global scientific community to fight cancer and other diseases and are highly confident in the unique character and the validity of our therapeutic technology. The following peer-reviewed publications disseminate our related research findings:

  • G. Jarvas D. Szerenyi, H. Jankovics, F. Vonderviszt, J. Tovari, L., Takacs, F. Foldes, B. Somogyi, F. Jakab, and A. Guttman; Microbead based extracorporeal immuno-affinity virus capture: a feasibility
    study to address the SARS-CoV-2 pandemic, Microchimica Acta, 190 (2023) 95
  • G. Jarvas D. Szerenyi, J. Tovari, L. Takacs, A. Guttman; Modification of hemodialysis membranes for efficient circulating tumor cell capture for cancer therapy, Molecules, 26 (2021) 4845
  • G. Jarvas, T. Varga, M. Szigeti, L. Hajba, P. Furjes, I. Rajta, A. Guttman; Tilted pillar array fabrication by the combination of proton beam writing and soft lithography for microfluidic cell capture Part 2: Image sequence analysis based evaluation and biological application, Electrophoresis, 39 (2018) 534-539
  • Rajta, R. Huszank, A.T.T. Szabo, G.U.L. Nagy, S. Szilasi, P. Furjes, E. Holczer, Z. Fekete, G. Jarvas, M. Szigeti, L. Hajba, J. Bodnar, A. Guttman; Tilted pillar array fabrication by the combination of proton beam writing and soft lithography for microfluidic cell capture: 1 design and feasibility, Electrophoresis, 37 (2016) 498-503
  • G. Jarvas, M. Szigeti, L. Hajba, P. Furjes, and A. Guttman; Computational fluid dynamics based design of a microfabricated cell capture device, Journal of Chromatographic Science, 53 (2015) 411-416
  • G. Jarvas, A. Guttman; Modeling of cell sorting and rare cell capture with microfabricated biodevices, Trends in Biotechnology 31 (2013) 696-703