04 - 06 May
A novel technology for microbial identyfication in microbiology
Despite recent technological advances, the manual processes still prevail in identification of microorganism in microbiology laboratories. As such, they have intrinsic flaws like being tedious, time consuming, prone to human errors and relatively expensive. There are a few technologies available that make microbial identification less human-dependent, but, again, these usually are time consuming as well and rather expensive. A new technology employing laser diffraction has been patented by Bioavlee and is being brought to market. It offers high accuracy of microbial identification while at the same time is much faster and cheaper compared to current methods.
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Business Development Director, Bioavlee
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