Fast, accurate testing is important when studying infections in a wildlife setting. That’s why researchers in Australia, looking to improve on the time required by traditional PCR tests to detect chlamydia infections in koalas, created a new, rapid point-of-care diagnostic tool. Their research was published in Microbiology Open. The loop-mediated isothermal amplification (LAMP) assay gives… Read article →
Anita Lis, B.Sc, M.Sc, is a Junior Global Market Manager at QIAGEN. She received her Bachelor’s and Master’s Degree in Biotechnology at the Rzeszow University of Technology. Anita joined QIAGEN in 2018 and she is involved in supporting projects in Life Science business area. Before joining QIAGEN, Anita worked as a Senior Medical Billing Specialist for an Irish company specialized in providing medical billing services to customers throughout Ireland and the UK.