Tag Archive: MIC testing

Sep 08

The MIC: A Misunderstood Animal?

I read recently a paper which studied ‘relevance’ of MIC data against clinical outcomes. The conclusion of the paper as that there is no link between MIC data and clinical outcomes in the case of vancomycin for left sided endocarditis. While there may be some merit in the claim that the MIC is relied on …

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May 26

Accurate MIC endpoints with automation

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LGC’s drug development team regularly assess new methods to refine and strengthen our existing analytical services across all disciplines.   An old-school stalwart of microbiology testing, minimum inhibitory concentration (MIC) testing identifies the lowest concentration of a substance that prevents visible growth of a bacterial strain.   The MIC is the bacteria’s tipping point and …

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