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17th December 2018  Content supplied by: Microbiologics, Inc.

Microbiologics Expands Its Molecular Diagnostics QC Offering for Respiratory Assays

Microbiologics, Inc. has launched two new panels for quality control of Group A Streptococcus (GAS) and respiratory molecular assays and test methods to help clinical laboratories deliver accurate results during cold and flu season. The Group A Streptococcus (GAS) Control Panel and Respiratory (21 Targets) Control Panel include convenient features such as multiplexed pellets, swabs that mimic patient sample processing and room temperature storage.

“Consistency and ease-of-use are always top of mind for our team when we develop new products,” said Brian Beck, Ph.D., Vice President of Research and Development. “Whether it’s preserving pathogens on a collection device or multiplexing respiratory targets at concentrations that appropriately challenge an assay or test, we consider the sample workflow and engineer convenience and quality into all of our controls.”

Microbiologics now offers a full spectrum of inactivated and live culture controls for clinical laboratories performing respiratory and GAS testing including:


“Our customers rely on us to provide controls they can trust, especially during flu season when clinical labs are required to deliver accurate results while maintaining fast turnaround times,” said Brad Goskowicz, Chief Executive Officer. “Partnering with diagnostic companies to improve patient care by supporting rapid molecular testing will continue to be a top priority for our team.”

A full list of the Microbiologics verification and quality control panels for common instruments including the BD MAX and Cepheid GeneXpert®, and syndromic assays including Blood Culture Identification (BCID), Women’s Health/STI and Healthcare-Associated Infections (HAIs), can be found at www.microbiologics.com.

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Date Published: 17th December 2018

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