Express your lab’s full potential by automating your routine
Molecular Lab Automation
Molecular assays have, in some instances, replaced traditional testing methods, and they are now an integral part of infectious diseases screening, diagnosis, and management.
Evaluating the preservation and isolation of stool pathogens using the COPAN FecalSwab™ transport system and walk-away specimen processor
Goneau LW, Mazzulli A, Trimi X, Cabrera A, Lo P, Mazzulli T
Microbiology meets molecular diagnostics evolving in flexible sample to result workflow
A. Giambra, S. Allibardi, S. Rizzo, M. Enrietto, A. Vinelli, M. Castro, F. Gorreta
Implementation of Copan FecalSwab™ and Copan Selenite™ on WASP® for the Automated Processing of Stool Specimens
Ann Lemmens, Truus Goegebuer, and Luc Hendrickx
Screening the Presence of Non-Typhoidal Salmonella in Different Animal Systems and the Assessment of Antimicrobial Resistance
Dacil Rivera et al.
ESBL-Producing, Carbapenem- and Ciprofloxacin-Resistant Escherichia coli in Belgian and Dutch Broiler and Pig Farms: A Cross-Sectional and Cross-Border Study
Sien De Koster et al.
Booklet Antibiotic Resistance
Booklet Gastrointestinal Diseases
Asia Pacific Congress of Clinical Microbiology and Infection – APCCMI
APCCMI 2021 will build on this rich history in Singapore and regional collaboration. The congress will focus on:
- Advances in infection control, microbiome and vaccines; new antimicrobials and antimicrobial stewardship.
- Advances in microbiology including rapid diagnostics, applications in whole-genome sequencing, laboratory automation;
- Antimicrobial resistance in humans and within the One Health context of animals, humans and the environment;
- Challenges and progress in the three pandemic infections of HIV, Malaria, and Tuberculosis;
- Emerging infectious diseases prevalent in the region (Chikungunya, Dengue, Zika) and globally (Avian and seasonal influenza, MERS-CoV)
The 6th International Conference on Prevention & Infection Control (ICPIC), which will be held on 14-17 September 2021.
After the challenging past year through the COVID-19 pandemic, the need to bring together the global IPC community becomes even stronger. We believe that all required conditions will be met next September to be able to organize a safe, interactive and stimulating face-to-face conference.
Microbiology Time – September 2021
We just updated our scientific studies database with numerous studies. This month’s top picks analyze SRK® sample stability, SARS-CoV-2 self-collection FLOQSwabs®, and antibiotic resistances in Belgian and Dutch farms.
Collection, transport, and preservation device for enteric pathogens