Cerillo’s microplate reader and co-culture system has solidified its place as a game-changer in the field of food safety testing.
We are thrilled to share that our very own Dr. Julia Swavola, was recently featured on the Microbigals podcast: The Microbe Moment.
The Loyola Urinary Education and Research Collaborative is spearheading groundbreaking research that challenges long-held beliefs about the female urinary tract.
The Microbiome is home to trillions of microorganisms. These tiny creatures play a critical role in shaping our health, ecosystems, and even entire industries.
Co-culture emerges as a powerful tool, not only for unraveling microbial interactions but also for unearthing novel compounds produced by microorganisms.
In the vast tapestry of our environment, microorganisms exist in intricate communities, where they engage in a dance of interactions that shape the world around us.
Researchers are turning to the dynamic world of co-culture, where a powerful duo of microorganisms holds the key to unlocking innovative treatments.