The website of Pathology In Practice Magazine

Gastrointestinal pathogens: a Cornish view and milestone in detection

Gemma Vanstone recounts how she discovered the molecular EntericBio system, and the positive impact that clinicians and patients can experience when a local pathology service works closely with Serosep and uses its range of real-time PCR tests.

Serosep manufactures EntericBio, a molecular assay for the detection of gastrointestinal pathogens. The company’s UK operation has seen rapid growth, with EntericBio now the gold standard test for enteric pathogens in the UK clinical diagnostics market.

Serosep was founded in 1997 and is based in Limerick, Ireland, with a subsidiary in Crawley, UK. The company’s customer base is the clinical diagnostic market in Ireland and the UK, and a network of carefully selected international distribution companies abroad.

The Serosep team has achieve another milestone in its mission to support NHS customers improve their enteric testing services and provide faster diagnosis and patient treatments, with the announcement that the 50th laboratory to use its EntericBio system is the Royal Cornwall Hospital NHS Trust in Truro.

Overview of EntericBio

The EntericBio system is the market leader in

Log in or register FREE to read the rest

This story is Premium Content and is only available to registered users. Please log in at the top of the page to view the full text. If you don't already have an account, please register with us completely free of charge.
Register

Upcoming Events

Every Minute Counts: a SHOT, BBTS and NBTC joint webinar

Online
3 December 2021

IBMS Biomedical Science Congress 2022

International Convention Centre, Birmingham
14-17 March 2022

Access the latest issue of Pathology In Practice on your mobile device together with an archive of back issues.

Download the FREE Pathology In Practice app from your device's App store

Upcoming Events

Every Minute Counts: a SHOT, BBTS and NBTC joint webinar

Online
3 December 2021

IBMS Biomedical Science Congress 2022

International Convention Centre, Birmingham
14-17 March 2022

Access the latest issue of Pathology In Practice on your mobile device together with an archive of back issues.

Download the FREE Pathology In Practice app from your device's App store

Step Communications Ltd, Step House, North Farm Road, Tunbridge Wells, Kent TN2 3DR
Tel: 01892 779999 Fax: 01892 616177
www.step-communications.com
© 2021 Step Communications Ltd. Registered in England. Registration Number 3893025