LexaGene’s MiQLab™ System is the only fully automated system on the market today that is equipped with a disposable filter-based sample preparation cartridge that allows for efficient processing of large volumes of sample for sensitive detection of contaminants.
LexaGene offers North Shore Technology Council (NSTC) and Leadership Team at MassBio a tour of our Beverly Facility
Recently, we welcomed members of North Shore Technology Council and MassBio Leadership Teams into our facility at 500 Cummings Center for a full tour of our office space and laboratory spaces.
Vettimes Article: Diagnostics can help profession keep pace with pet populations
Future developments, such as molecular diagnostics, could prove to be game-changers, allowing veterinarians to make highly precise diagnoses through analysis of biological signals in genetic code and proteins to fine-tune the treatments needed.
Is your pet food company, “recall ready”?
Is your pet food company, “recall ready”? According to the FDA Enforcement Reports, there were sixteen different pet food recalls were issued impacting a total of 68,276,254 pounds of pet food in 2021.
Clinician’s Brief: Top 5 Antimicrobial Stewardship Practices
Antimicrobial stewardship is a multifaceted approach to responsible antimicrobial use that optimizes clinical outcome, minimize adverse effects, and address the emerging threat of antimicrobial resistance while maintaining good patient care. There are many practical antimicrobial stewardship components that can be used in the clinic.
VPN Article: How Molecular Testing Is Reshaping The Way Parasites Can Be Detected
“The level of specificity that molecular testing allows can facilitate informed decision making regarding treatment, affirming veterinarians’ role once again-as One Health stewards amidst evolving challenges.”
Dr. Jack Regan, CEO LexaGene and BioPub Investment Interview – January 26, 2022
Dr. Jack Regan, CEO and Founder of LexaGene gives an update to BioPub Investment group on January 26, 2021.
Antimicrobial Resistance in Veterinary Medicine
Overuse of antimicrobial agents in veterinary medicine contributes to the spread of resistance genes which undermine our ability to prevent or treat infectious disease.
Impacts of Rising Antimicrobial Resistance
Antimicrobial-resistant pathogens cause one in five infections in OECD and EU28 nations and could kill up to 10 million people per year by 2050. What drives antimicrobial resistance and what impacts can we expect?
Dr. Regan with Stock News Now
Dr. Jack Regan discusses scaling MiQLab production and preparing for SNN Network’s Summer Virtual Event, the premier event in MicroCap Finance, with Stock News Now’s CEO Robert Kraft.