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In this study, slow-growing bacterium and typical contaminant, C. acnes, was challenged for microbial detection utilizing both LexaGene’s MiQLab System and anaerobic culture.
MiQLab brings reference lab quality testing to the point of care enabling detection of multiple pathogens from a single sample. The automated, multiplexed PCR platform provides easy to obtain results with accuracy.
Ready to change the world of in-clinic PCR testing? Watch LexaGene’s latest video on the benefits of MiQLab, a rapid point-of-care multiplex PCR detection system.
This article focusses on how qPCR enables judicious antimicrobial use through rapid detection of select AMR genes at the veterinary POC.
MiQLab Bacterial and AMR Testing vs Commercial Culture and Sensitivity for Detection of Pathogens in Polymicrobial Samples
In this study, we assessed the MiQLab test for detection of subpopulations of AMR pathogens inmixed veterinary samples and compared it to Culture and Sensitivity Testing (C&ST) as well as indepth antimicrobial susceptibility testing (AST) considered gold standards for veterinary diagnostics.
Rapid At-Line Screening Solution for Microbial Contamination Control
LexaGene’s MiQLab™ System, a TRL-7 technology, drastically shortens the time gap between novel pathogen identification and point-of-need testing through its open-access feature.
LexaGene’s MiQLab™ System detects up to 27 pathogens and four classes of antimicrobial resistance in ~2 hours, enabling veterinarians the ability to provide best-in-class evidence-based care for their patients.
Dr. Andrew Pierce, Owner and Medical Director of Denver Animal Emergency in North Carolina, shares his experiences with MiQLab in this testimonial video.
Listen to CEO and Founder, Dr. Jack Regan tell the LexaGene story to prospective investors, October 7, 2021.
Couldn't make it to the Lytham Partners Fall Conference this year? Here's audio of our presentation, no registration required.