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Perfectus Biomed to attend PharmSci 2019

Perfectus Biomed to attend PharmSci 2019

Perfectus Biomed will be attending the PharmSci 2019 conference in Greenwich next month. The conference will take place between 11th - 13th September 2019 at the University of Greenwich. About PharmSci 2019 The PharmSci conference is ran by the Academy of...

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Perfectus Biomed’s Service Portfolio is Expanding

Perfectus Biomed’s Service Portfolio is Expanding

Perfectus Biomed support the biological evaluation of your product. In addition to our UKAS accredited biofilm and anti-infective assays, we also support your R&D and regulatory claims via cell biology, virology and molecular biology. The cell services department...

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Perfectus Biomed are Sponsoring Eurobiofilms 2019

Perfectus Biomed are Sponsoring Eurobiofilms 2019

Perfectus Biomed are delighted to be platinum sponsors of the upcoming Eurobiofilms 2019 conference. Our sponsorship of the opening ceremony on 3rd September will include an introduction to Perfectus Biomed and our commercial biofilm testing capabilities, delivered by...

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Perfectus Biomed attending MSIS meeting in New York

Perfectus Biomed attending MSIS meeting in New York

Perfectus Biomed will be attending the Musculoskeletal Infection Society (MSIS) meeting in New York on 2nd - 3rd August 2019. The meeting will be held in the Grand Hyatt hotel. MSIS aim to advance knowledge in the field of musculoskeletal infection and its treatment...

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Single Tube Method for Determining Efficacy fo Disinfectants

Single Tube Method for Determining Efficacy fo Disinfectants

Bacterial biofilms are one of the biggest antimicrobial challenges across many healthcare sectors. If not eradicated, microbial contamination can result in the formation of biofilm. Within a biofilm, microorganisms are encased within a self-produced Extracellular...

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Outbreak of Streptococcal Infections in UK

Outbreak of Streptococcal Infections in UK

An outbreak of invasive Group A Streptococcal (iGAS) infection has been reported in the Essex area. Public Health England (PHE) have announced that of the 32 reported cases, most could be linked to community nursing treatment. All cases are associated with patients...

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