Technical Sheet: Charles River Accugenix® MALDI-TOF enhancements for bacterial identifications enable improved root cause analysis
Posted: 30 October 2014 | Charles River
Library coverage is often a topic of discussion for microbiologists wanting to know what the impact or relevancy of the Charles River Accugenix® library databases is on the identification of environmental, EM or industrial microorganisms.
As a contract laboratory service provider offering both sequencing (AccuGENX-ID®) and MALDI-TOF-based identifications (AccuPRO-ID® and the Axcess™ system), Charles River has the ability to compare reference libraries based on the microorganisms that we identify and analyze the reportable rates…
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