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Why We’re Celebrating Antibiotic Awareness Week

You’re sick. You’ve been sick for a couple of days. You feel awful. You feel so awful that you go see your doctor. They can’t quite figure out what’s the matter, but they prescribe you a general...

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A Diplomatic Approach: Why On-Site PCR Testing in Embassies is Critical

With the rapid advancements in bioterrorism, the landscape of potential threats faced around the world is evolving. Among the many establishments navigating these challenges, the U.S. State...

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Biomeme on the Front Lines

The landscape of modern warfare is undergoing rapid transformation. This evolution demands preparedness not only against conventional threats but also against emerging chemical and biological...

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Behind the Science: How Rapid PCR testing Works

Take a look inside how a PCR test works, how it is different from a rapid PCR test and how the test is applied to a sample. COVID has made the general public more familiar with scientific terms and...

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What Kind of Test Do I Need?

Should You Take a PCR Test or an Antigen Test? What is the difference between PCR and antigen testing? And which should you take if you need a COVID test? Our in-house COVID expert explains. Three...

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Reflecting on the AMR Challenge and Our Answer to Reducing Unnecessary Use of Antibiotics

With the results of the AMR Challenge quickly approaching, we wanted to take a moment to reflect on our amazing team’s development activities over an extremely aggressive timeline leading up to the...

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Is Real-Time PCR Possible Outside of a Lab? (Infographic)

Whether you’re in a remote location tracking the next pandemic, or an endangered species, you need to make decisions FAST. In the past, you relied on DNA/RNA detection via real-time PCR that was...

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We Don’t Know What It Is, But Here’s Antibiotics

My wife and I are blessed with our awesome 11-month-old son named Cameron. 95% of the time Cameron is a very happy baby, always smiling and laughing. He loves throwing his toys around the house,...

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