New publication on rapid AST platform

The fluidic chip developed by Gradientech and Uppsala University can determine bacterial susceptibility to multiple antibiotics within 2-4 hours. The technology has the potential to allow for faster initiation of targeted treatment for sepsis patients.

The results serve as a proof-of-concept for the commercial QuickMIC® AST system that Gradientech is currently developing.

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