Determining virulence factors of Staphylococcus aureus


Professor Dr. Bettina Löffler, the director of the Institute for Medical Microbiology at the University Hospital Jena, is working on the determination and characterization of the virulence factors of Staphylococcus aureus in cases of pneumonia as part of the InfectoGnostics Campus Project titled [ ... ]

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Introducing InfectoGnostics partner SmartDyeLivery


Interview with Prof. Dr. Michael Bauer, co-founder of SmartDyeLivery GmbH and Head of the integrated Research and Treatment Centre for sepsis and the effects of sepsis (CSCC) at the University Hospital of Jena, and Dr. Marc Lehmann, CEO of SmartDyeLivery GmbH.

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InfectoGnostics Annual Report Published


"Highlights 2015" summarises the main activities and developments of the InfectoGnostics Research Campus Jena in 2015.

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New Partner: Start-up company SmartDyeLivery


Since March 2016 the Start-up company SmartDyeLivery GmbH is a new partner of InfectoGnostics Research Campus. The spin-off of the Jena University Hospital and the Friedrich Schiller University Jena founded by professors Michael Bauer and Ulrich S. Schubert is developing a universal technology [ ... ]

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InfectoGnostics welcomes new partner QUANTIFOIL


The InfectoGnostics Research campus is pleased to welcome the new partner Quantifoil Instruments GmbH (Q.Instruments), an engineering and manufacturing company located in Jena, Germany. Q.Instruments designs, builds and markets equipment for sample preparation products such as shakers, mixers, [ ... ]

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Promoting german biotechnology


The InfectoGnostics Research Campus is since September 2015 a new member of the working group "BioRegio".

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Cooperation with R-Biopharm


Since September 2015 the Darmstadt-based diagnostic company R-Biopharm is a new partner of InfectoGnostics Research Campus. The medium-sized company is the first InfectoGnostics partner outside of Thuringia.

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The potential of Raman spectroscopy


What is the potential of Raman spectroscopy? This question is discussed in a recent publication of InfectoGnostic partners. Within the framework of the InfectoGnostics campus project, a portable Raman spectroscopy system for the point-of-care diagnostic of pneumonia pathogens and their resistance [ ... ]

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Bridge building for interdisciplinary working


The construction work for the new bridge between the Centre for Applied Research and the Institute of Physical Chemistry is in full swing.

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Modern Techniques for Pathogen Detection


This outstanding overview sets a new standard for a methods book on pathogen detection.

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