1928D enables comprehensive and in depth outbreak tracing from your sequencing data providing strong infection control which ultimately prevents outbreaks. By using our clustering function based on cgMLST methodology, high resolution comparisons are made of different isolates. The results are visualised in an easy to interpret phenotypic tree. The traditional typing methods MLST and SCCmec are aslo performed on all uploaded sequences.
1928D offers diagnostic decision support of MRSA infections (1928DSA ). An antibiotic resistance profile is generated for each uploaded sequence file by matching to our proprietary, manually curated, databases. The result has a very high precision in predicting resistance and can be used to guide treatment.
Kristina Lagerstedt, CEO of 1928 Diagnostics, shares some thoughts for this years World Antibiotic Resistance Week.
We are truly honoured that 1928 Diagnostics was awarded the Arvid Carlsson Award 2018. The award ...
1928D analyzes raw data from whole genome sequencing machines and matches the processed data to the proprietary databases that have been manually curated containing only clinically relevant genetic markers. The result in the form of a resistance and typing profile is delivered to the client in minutes.
Raw data generated by a sequencing machine is uploaded to our cloud based web-service.
The data is analyzed and matched against our database of resistance and typing patterns.
The result is delivered back and can be used as a decision support for antibiotic treatment of the infected patient.
1928 Diagnostics is a growing team of bioinformaticians, software developers, microbiologists and molecular biologists dedicated to enable and optimize the use of the powerful WGS technology to improve infection diagnostics worldwide. By developing products in close contact and collaboration with end users we build easy-to-use and highly powerful bioinformatic analysis tools that fill present and future needs of infection diagnostics.
Do you want to participate in the fight against antibiotic resistant bacteria? Join our dynamic development team and make a difference!
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