Ian Bolland caught up with Dr. Rolland Carlson, CEO of Immunexpress, to talk about a molecular diagnostic, SeptiCyte RAPID, which is used to detect sepsis and offers the potential to triage severe COVID-19 patients in the emergency department. Expand Briefly, tell us more about Immunexpress – how did the idea to start the company come…

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Designing and operating clinical trials for diagnosing sepsis can be a challenge, as the gold standard for sepsis detection offers a very low prediction rate due to the nature of how sepsis evolves in patients. FDA gold-standard septic blood cultures predict sepsis only 14% of the time, which makes it a very challenging baseline for…

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For co-commercialisation agreement for SeptiCyte RAPID Test for use on Biocartis’ fully automated molecular diagnostics platform Idylla Biocartis Group recently announced the expansion of its partnership with Immunexpress with a co-commercialisation agreement for the SeptiCyte RAPID Test for use on Biocartis’ fully automated molecular diagnostics platform Idylla. The SeptiCyte RAPID Test is a rapid, host-response[1] test…

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Biocartis has expanded its current partnership with Seattle-based Immunexpress by launching a co-commercialization agreement for Immunexpress’ SeptiCyte Rapid test on Biocartis’ Idylla platform. As part of the expanded collaboration, Biocartis will lead commercialization in Europe as the exclusive distributor of the SeptiCyte Rapid test, while Immunexpress will lead commercialization of the test in the US. Immunexpress also noted today…

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There are some unspoken rules in the TV news business, like always assume the microphone is hot and stay out of other photographers’ shots. Another is to keep the story succinct. Even on a one-hour broadcast, a general report may last a minute and a half, possibly two. But there are times when it’s necessary…

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There are some unspoken rules in the TV news business, like always assume the microphone is hot and stay out of other photographers’ shots. Another is to keep the story succinct. Even on a one-hour broadcast, a general report may last a minute and a half, possibly two. But there are times when it’s necessary…

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