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Ebola Scare Creates New Application of PSID Tech Stock up 27% Early —————————————————————– Hot Stock to Watch —————————————————————– Company: PositiveID Corporation (OTCQB: PSID) Last:

Price: 0.069 Change (%): + 0.015 (27.78) Volume: 2,630,393 http://app.getresponse.com/click.htmlx=a62b&lc=Qrxwp&mc=BT&s=V2HFR&u=BEqW&y=G& Ebola Outbreak Escalates Urgency and Spikes Visibility for Emerging Contender in Biothreat Detection — PositiveID Corp.

Investor Update by SmallCapTraders.com NEW YORK, Aug. 7, 2014 /PRNewswire/ – PositiveID Corp. (OTCQB:

PSID), with offices in Delray Beach, FL and Pleasanton, CA, is an emerging player in the biothreat detection market. The recent high visibility Ebola outbreak has created significant alarm among government officials as well as industry experts with a steady stream of media coverage flowing out over the last several days as the public follows the story closely. A number of industry experts and potential contenders in the market for diagnostic testing products have surfaced with various opinions and potential solutions with varying degrees of applicability to the near term problem at hand; preventing uncontrolled spread of Ebola (and other bio-threats) that could result in a pandemic or other major public health crisis.

PSID has a potentially game changing disruptive technology without any apparent current competition. Currently state of the art Ebola tests use polymerase chain reaction (PCR) a molecular diagnostic technology used to amplify a single or a few copies of a piece of DNA across several orders of magnitude. Expedited test results currently must be sent to a lab and take about 8 hours to turn around. PSID Firefly handheld technology may be able to produce valid test results on site eliminating the need to send samples to a lab and simultaneously reduce the total time for a result to 30 minutes. Reductions in testing time of that magnitude combined with eliminating the need to send samples to a lab would be truly revolutionary.

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