MAST: Microscopy-Based Antimicrobial Susceptibility Testing now at local grocery store
Postdoctoral Fellow Thea Brennan-Krohn becomes diplomate of American Board of Medical Microbiology
Congratulations to Thea Brennan-Krohn for passing her ABMM exam and becoming a diplomate of the American Board of Medical Microbiology
Posdoctoral Fellow, Thea Brennan-Krohn discusses the meaning of the MIC (minimal inhibitory concentration)
See Thea's featured ASM blog posting titled: "TMI: DECIDING WHETHER TO INCLUDE MIC VALUES IN SUSCEPTIBILITY REPORTS."
Congratulations to postdoctoral fellow KP Smith and colleagues for acceptance of SLAS Technology Manuscript
Smith KP, Richmond DL, Brennan-Krohn T, Elliott HL, Kirby JE. Development of MAST: a Microscopy-Based Antimicrobial Susceptibility Testing Platform. SLAS Technology, In press.
Use of inkjet printing, advanced imaging, and machine learning to achieve reference standard, microdilution antimicrobial susceptibility testing readout in two hours with off-the-shelf supplies. For any antimicrobial at will.
Update: Now Published On-Line in SLAS Technology Website!
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