DiversiLab® System by bioMérieux

Manufacturer bioMérieux
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The DiversiLab® System employs the following simple steps to generate unique, reproducible fingerprints for each of your microbial samples. DNA Extraction: Extract DNA from isolated cultures. rep-PCR Amplification: Amplify samples using rep-PCR* and the appropriate DiversiLab DNA Fingerprinting Kits. Detection: Separate fragments via electrophoresis performed in a microfluidics DNA LabChip®. Data Analysis: Analyze data in real time with reports accessible via an individual secured webs... Read more


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Average Rating: 4.0
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Review date: 18 Feb 2011 | DiversiLab® System
The DiversiLab® System employs the following simple steps to generate unique, reproducible fingerprints for each of your microbial samples.
  • DNA Extraction: Extract DNA from isolated cultures.
  • rep-PCR Amplification: Amplify samples using rep-PCR* and the appropriate DiversiLab DNA Fingerprinting Kits.
  • Detection: Separate fragments via electrophoresis performed in a microfluidics DNA LabChip®.
  • Data Analysis: Analyze data in real time with reports accessible via an individual secured website.
    *rep-PCR: amplification of noncoding repetitive sequences interspersed throughout the bacterial genome using Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR).

    Based on patented rep-PCR technology, microbial isolates can quickly and accurately be distinguished at the subspecies and strain level.


    Uses
  • For Clinical Laboratory:
    Compare samples from multiple patients, locations or dates
    Utilize pre-validated libraries for characterization of niche organisms
    Replace serological typing for E. coli and Salmonella

  • For Clinicians and Administrators:
    Proactively uncover hidden reservoirs of resistance
    Control the spread of HAIs using same-day strain typing
    Separate community-associated from healthcare-associated Staphylococcus aureus
    Track seasonal outbreaks from year to year