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Two grants aim to tackle sepsis

Two grants aim to tackle sepsis

MediSieve is receiving two grants from Innovate UK, worth a total of around £1.56 million. One grant will progress development of a severe sepsis product, developing five magnetic particles to remove different sepsis targets. Another SRBI grant enables focus on one of those particles and how it can be used to remove antimicrobial-resistant (AMR) bacteria from a patient’s bloodstream.

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Culture Collections:  ensuring reproducibility  in biomedical science

Culture Collections: ensuring reproducibility in biomedical science

Founded in 1920, the National Collection of Type Cultures is the longest-established collection of its type, and serves as a UNESCO Microbial Resource Centre. Here, Ayuen Lual looks at its role and that of the three other important associated collections.

Sepsis and interleukin-6:  detecting a dysregulated  response to infection

Sepsis and interleukin-6: detecting a dysregulated response to infection

Bacterial sepsis is a major cause of neonatal morbidity and mortality, particularly in preterm babies. Can new rapid cytokine tests improve diagnosis over use of C-reactive protein alone and help reduce unnecessary antibiotic use? Here, John Rees provides an overview and update.

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