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Accelerating bacterial quantification: Exploring breakthrough QUANTOM Tx™ for rapid and accurate automated counting
Available on demand

Bacteria are diverse samples with different genome size, morphology, cell size, and motility. They can form aggregates and exist in complex samples such as soil, water, blood, etc. Cell counting difficult bacterial samples using classical methods can be time-consuming, labor-intensive, and may require specialized equipment and expertise. These methods can also have limitations in terms of sensitivity, specificity, and accuracy, which can impact the reliability of the results.

In this webinar, Javier Garcia, Field Application Scientist at Logos Biosystems, will discuss how new solutions, such as QUANTOM Tx™, offer new possibilities to overcome these challenges and enable rapid and accurate bacterial quantification for any lab.

Key learning objectives

  • Learn about a direct method for rapid and accurate counting of bacteria with no culturing needed
  • Understand how the QUANTOM Tx workflow provides quantitative results in minutes for total cells and viable cells
  • Learn how common, but difficult, samples can be easily counted with QUANTOM Tx
  • Discover how much time QUANTOM Tx can save in your routine work

Who should attend?

  • Students, graduate students, and doctoral students
  • Post doc researchers, assistant/associate professors, and professors
  • Lab technicicans, lab specialists, scientists, and researchers
  • Lab Managers, lab supervisor/directors
  • Principal Investigators, QA/QC managers/supervisors, Chief Scientific Officer, and VP of Research and Development

Certificate of attendance

All webinar participants can request a certificate of attendance, including a learning outcomes summary, for continuing education purposes.

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