Multidetect aims to advance the state of the art in diagnostic testing based on Lateral Flow Assay (LFA) technology, enabling simultaneous detection of multiple analytes. LFAs are easy-to-use devices for the detection of analytes in liquid samples such as human or animal bodily fluids (e.g. blood or urine) or waste, ground or surface water. They are based on spontaneous flow of the sample liquid along a strip of (synthetic) paper. The most widely known example of an LFA is the home pregnancy test, which detects the presence of the pregnancy hormone hCG in urine. This is a relatively simple test, since it is a qualitative assay (providing a yes/no answer) for which only a single analyte needs to be detected. However, many diagnostic tests are more complex and require the detection and/or quantification of multiple analytes.