Sampson et al., Scientific Reports | Data demonstrates the ability of a four-biomarker blood signature to discriminate viral and non-viral causes of systemic inflammation in a variety of clinical settings. Discussed is the investigation of how to determine if a blood-based signature could be discovered and show a host systemic response to viral infection.

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Zimmerman et al., Critical Care Medicine | SeptiCyte Lab is able to discriminate clearly between clinically well-defined and homogeneous postcardiopulmonary bypass and clinically overt severe sepsis syndrome groups in children. A broader investigation among children with more heterogeneous inflammation-associated diagnoses and care settings is warranted.

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When it comes right down to detecting sepsis most diagnostics companies use methods to identify the pathogen. But therein lies the issue with looking for the pathogen, because it has to be in the blood sample or the fluid sample to start with, otherwise a clinician can’t find. That’s where Immunexpress (Seattle) comes in. The…

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