Our team of seasoned microbiologists and molecular biologists possesses extensive experience in understanding the pathogenesis, transmission, and treatment of a wide range of bacterial infections. We are proficient in a variety of in vitro assays and in vivo bacteriology models, capable of evaluating the efficacy, safety, and pharmacokinetic properties of potential antibacterial agents.
Our bacteriology services harness the power of bioanalytical sciences and infectious diseases research to study and understand the complex universe of bacteria. We use state-of-the-art techniques to ensure comprehensive bacterial studies, contributing significantly to infectious disease research and allied fields.
- Standard bacteriology determining antibiotic susceptibility via MIC/Time-Kill and zone of inhibition assays
- “-Omics” profiling of resistance genes and population outgrowth profiling of survival isolates
- Macrophage polarization assays determining infectivity and host/pathogen interactions
- Hollow Fiber closed-system testing of antibiotics against bacterial strains
- AMES testing for mutagenicity of small molecules