The Fast Antibiotic Susceptibility Test (FAST) means doctors will be able to find out up to 10 times faster which antibiotics can still affect their patients and which cannot.
The Whitley WASP Touch is an automated precision laboratory instrument designed to deliver a spiral deposition offering 1000-fold dilution across a single plate.
Equipped with FlowerPlate microtitre plate technology, the BioLector XT Microbioreactor enables high-throughput strain screenings, cultivation parameter monitoring and feeding strategy optimisation.
Microbiologics offers a comprehensive program for environmental isolate or targeted objectionable organism management.
Cell BioSciences, through exclusive supplier Microbiologics, offers a comprehensive program for environmental isolate management.
Handheld DNA sequencers can conduct routine microbial monitoring in food production facilities, with advantages including ease of use and identification of a broad variety of bacteria.
Extension of the validation scope for the Thermo Scientific Salmonella Precis Method according to ISO 16140-2 brings the opportunity for increased efficiency by eliminating the need for multiple broths, plates, supplementation and incubation temperatures.
A recent study found that the composition, quantity and dominant bacteria of the tongue coating differ between heart failure patients and healthy people.
The non-invasive method relies on an algorithm to analyse patient stool samples, which contain traces of what lives in the gut.
Researchers have developed a test that is capable of detecting Salmonella bacteria in animal products in less than eight hours, which should reduce cases of infection as well as recalls.
InSite L. mono Glo is a self-contained swab system for the simultaneous detection of Listeria species and Listeria monocytogenes.
The Thermo Scientific Sensititre ARIS HiQ AST System is a benchtop automated reading and incubation system for antimicrobial susceptibility testing (AST).
The method could lead to clinicians being able to rapidly detect whether an infection is treatable with common antibiotics, reserving stronger alternatives for the patients that need them most.
Scientists have found that when zapped with an electrical field, live bacteria absorb dye molecules, causing the cells to light up and allowing them to be counted easily.
UK scientists have discovered a technique similar to medieval stained glass-making that can completely eradicate the deadliest hospital infections within hours.