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Deeplex® Myc-TB

Tuberculosis :
Predict in 48 hours the resistance
to the 15 major antibiotics

Microbiotas

Analysis of microbial communities

Characterization

Characterization and tracking isolated microorganisms

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Deeplex® Myc-TB
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Microbiotas
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Microbial communities

Consisting in bacteria, archaea, protists, fungi and/or viruses previously unknown, microbial or microbial communities are now recognized as key actors in the proper functioning of our organism and our environment. Since 2008, GenoScreen has a particular focus on the study of these microbial communities and its R&D team has developed, optimized and standardized various methodologies mandatory for their study (Metabiote®, WHORMSS® etc), starting with the extraction of gDNA adapted to different samples of human/animal microbiotes (faeces, skin samples, oral, sputum, intestinal biopsies etc.) or environmental microbiotes (agricultural/polluted soils, rhizospheres, filtered air etc.) to the final metadata analysis.

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