Microbiology News - page 8
Monocyte Activation Test (MAT) - The in vitro test for pyrogen detection – white paper.
A workflow and validation case study using the Roche CustomBiotech MycoTOOL Mycoplasma Real-Time PCR Kit demonstrates the assay’s efficacy as a testing method that meets the stringent requirements for regulated manufacturing environments.
With the expansion of its portfolio by Fast Track Diagnostics' molecular diagnostic tests, Siemens Healthineers offers its customers solutions that reduce time in the lab for detection of infections while improving patient outcomes.
Combining qPCR and microarray technologies, Novodiag® is an innovative molecular diagnostics solution allowing fully automated detection of infectious diseases, with antibiotic resistances. Allows direct analysis of a patient sample placed in a disposable cartridge of multiple or single pathogens.
Recent study which compared results from a variety of swab brands with charcoal Amies medium for some key pathogens, highlights the importance of careful selection of transport swabs as part of the quality management function of ISO 15189 accredited laboratories.
A fully secure connection between autoclave and Astell Scientific, for the benefit of software updates, data interrogation and end-user troubleshooting.
Erythromycin is the most recent FDA approved item in the MIC Test Strip product range, following approvals of Clindamycin, Delafloxacin, Vancomycin, Dalbavancin, Ceftolozane-tazobactam, Meropenem, Ceftazidime, Telavancin and Tedizolid strips.
Dr Roy Betts, Head of Microbiology, Campden BRI discusses what questions you should be asking when looking to choose a rapid microbiological method for your laboratory.
Dr. Tim Sandle is Head of Microbiology at Bio Products Laboratory, UK highlights areas that microbiologists need to be mindful of in terms of plate counting and computerized systems.
Industry experts describe how data integrity can be a productivity partner for the microbiology lab and add value to pharmaceutical businesses. Download the bioMérieux White Paper on Ensuring Data Integrity by Automated Microbiology Testing.
New PCS® Software includes some advanced features created to improve various lab processes, such as pipette identification, scheduling and reporting.
Sekisui Diagnostics plan to distribute the Mesa Biotech POC system for Flu A/B in the USA and Canada.
CLSI latest standards detail reference standards and performance standards for antifungal susceptibility testing of yeasts and filamentous fungi,
The best way to pipette into microplates - the benchtop VIAFLO 96 and 384 channel pipettes can transfer entire plates in a single step, increasing throughput and reproducibility, suitable for wide range of applications such as ELISA, PCR and nucleic acid and protein extraction.
Application note describes the materials, procedure and results attained using the Precellys® Evolution Homogenizer together with the ZymoBIOMICS® Microbial Community Standards and ZymoBIOMICS DNA Miniprep Kit for purification of the DNA. Get unbiased cell lysis in only one minute.
Now an AOAC-RI Performance Test Method, the new Salmonella Multiplex PCR Solution offers rapid and simultaneous detection of Salmonella species, Salmonella Typhimurium and Salmonella Enteritidis in pork and pork products.
A bioinformatics expert has been appointed to NCIMB to develop its bacterial and fungal identification services, extending the existing strain identification with high-throughput ‘metagenomics’ approaches.
ESwab’s versatility and universal appeal simplifies sample collection by minimizing the plethora of specimen collection swabs that need to be stocked by medical centers and clinics in favor of a single multipurpose bacteriology swab.
At SLAS2018 Lonza’s QC testing experts will be on hand to demonstrate how the WinKQCL™ Endotoxin Detection and Analysis Software can interface with multiple robotic systems to provide a single database that complies with data-integrity regulations.
Over 90 percent of QC microbiology in the pharmaceutical and healthcare manufacturing sectors is still based around culture media. This book covers how media is used in the modern pharmaceutical microbiology setting and what is its future.