Identification of MRSA infection in blood using photoacoustic flow cytometry

@inproceedings{Edgar2019IdentificationOM,
  title={Identification of MRSA infection in blood using photoacoustic flow cytometry},
  author={R. Edgar and Cierra Noel and Austin Minard and Rachel Fernandez and Matthew Fitzpatrick and Andrea Sajewski and J. Cook and John D. Hempel and J. Kellum and J. A. Viator},
  booktitle={BiOS},
  year={2019}
}
Multi-drug-resistant bacteria, particularly Methicillin resistant, have become an ever-increasing problem. Currently, broad spectrum antibiotics are prescribed until bacteria can be cultured, a process that can take 3-4 days and is unable to deliver quantitative information about relative number of bacteria present. In order to rapidly detect, differentiate and quantify bacteria in blood samples we designed a detection system using labeled bacteriophage in conjunction with photoacoustic flow… Expand
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