Centro stampa

Benvenuto nel Centro stampa. È qui che diamo uno sguardo più da vicino alle storie, alle tendenze e agli sviluppi di ricerca e sviluppo che plasmano le diverse aree in cui lavorano i nostri clienti e partner.

  • Micronbrane presented with pitch deck at InnoVex 2022

    Micronbrane Medical was selected to present its products and technology at InnoVex 2022 in category of innovative startups. Innovex is one of the biggest event in Pacific Asia and attracts over 18 thousands of visitors each year from 25+ countries. At InnoVex you can see the latest advances and innovations from all other the globe. More than 400 startups join the Event each year to show the technologies that will change our life in future.

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  • Micronbrane was selected by SOSA for IP2 Scaleout Program in USA!

    We are happy to announce that Micronbrane Medical was selected by SOSA for IP2 Scaleout Program in USA. IP2 Scaleout Program is 14 months intensive accelerator program for CEO & founders that are eager to launch, grow and scale their businesses of innovative products and technologies on the global markets. Micronbrane Medical thanks SOSA and i2i for support and trust.

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  • Access Poster of Micronbrane and many other materials from ECCMID 2022 now

    Access poster and online video presentation of Micronbrane Medical and materials of other participants of ECCMID 2022 in the Online Library of ESCMID!

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  • Copy of Micronbrane was chosen to join Taiwan Team to represent Taiwan at SelectUSA 2022

    We are happy to announce that Micronbrane Medical was chosen to join and present Taiwan at SelectUSA 2022 Event!

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  • Copy of Micronbrane Medical is Presenting in Poster Session at EECMID 2022 in Lisbon Portugal

    We are happy to announce that Micronbrane Medical was chosen to present poster in Poster Session at EECMID 2022 in Lisbon Portugal in the section "Microbiome studies, clinical and diagnostic studies and One Health aspects"

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  • Copy of Differential lysis depletion methods – drawbacks, shortcomings and alternatives

    Current diagnosis and research protocols use lysis depletion to avoid host DNA interference and further detect the pathogen involved in infectious diseases. But are all lysis depletion methods just as efficient in reducing host DNA and preserving the microbial community intact? Let's find out how most host DNA depletion methods work compared to the newly developed ones.

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  • Copy of How ZISC technology improves leukodepletion

    Biofouling resistance of PP membranes is significantly improved with surface zwitterionization for leukocyte reduction filters. Micronbrane enhanced this technique and developed zwitterionic interface ultra-self-assemble coating technology (global patent) used in Devin filter. The developed membrane can remove more than 95% of nucleated cells from whole blood samples within just 5 minutes. Let's see how it works.

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  • Copy of Biochemical and Genetic Basis of Antimicrobial Resistance

    Many threatening pathogens are now resistant to multiple classes of antimicrobial agents. A study tested 500 Streptomyces strains isolated from soil against 21 antibiotics of different class found that all the strains were multidrug resistant to at least 7 of the tested antibiotics (D’Costa et al., 2006). These multidrug-resistant (MDR) organisms cause infections that may compromise effective therapy and limit treatment options.

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  • Copy of Application of Next Generation Sequencing in Diagnosis of Culture-negative Endocarditis

    Infective endocarditis is inflammation of endocardium that usually affects heart valves. Mortality rate of the disease is up to  30% in 1st year for many malignant cancers. The most common risk factors for infective endocarditis include previous heart damage, recent heart surgery or poor dental hygiene. According to report of National Organization for Rare Diseases, people over the age of 50 with prosthetic heart valves or cardiac pacemakers are more prone to develop endocarditis.

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  • Copy of Is cfDNA an effective tool for rapid diagnostics of infectious diseases

    Many DNA sequences, including cfDNA fragments, are species-specific and with the development of next-generation sequencing (NGS) technology, these molecules have been described as a promising, non-invasive tool for the early detection of several human diseases, including sepsis for which the latest research have reported significantly elevated fractions of cfDNA from retrotransposable elements in blood.

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