Polymerase chain reaction, or PCR, is a laboratory technique to make many copies of a specific DNA region(amplify) in vitro (in a test tube rather than an organism). … In PCR, the reaction is repeatedly cycled through a series of temperature changes, which allow many copies of the target region to be produced. PCR testing can produce a billion copies of the target sequence in just a few hours.
♥ Cuur Diagnostics’ PCR is what precision healthcare looks like.
- Diagnostics with Extreme Sensitivity and Specificity
- Comprehensive Sample Types Including Complicated Biofilms
- Results in 24 Hours*
- Actionable Results to Drive Targeted Treatment Decisions
- Decreased Potential for Human Error
- Fully Integrated IT and Data Outcomes Analyses (CuurCloud)®
- Reduce Inappropriate Antimicrobial Use and Spread of Resistance
- CUUR Laboratory’s are CLIA and CAP Accredited
CUUR Diagnostics molecular qPCR laboratory utilizes industry leading equipment including the latest technologies from ThermoFisher and operates under the Emergency Use Authorization (EUA) guidance issued by the FDA and CAP and CLIA quality standards.
*97 of results returned within 24hrs. of receipt.
Faster Treatment / Better Outcomes
PCR offers enhanced sensitivity and specificity and the ability to detect multiple targets within the same sample – even in non-viable samples. CUUR offers testing for Respiratory, UTI, Skin & Wound, and Vaginal Microbiota panels. Custom panels are also possible.
|PCR Testing Assessment|
|Simultaneous Detection of Multiple Targets|
|Single, Non-invasive sample|
|Panel Testing Available|
|A Shorter Turnaround Time|
|Results in 1 Day|
|The Ability To Detect Non-viable Microbes|
- Results in a day
- Highly Sensitive and Specific
- Simultaneous Detection of Pathogens
- Can Detect Non-viable Microbes
- No Need to “Grow” Microbes
- Avoid Antibiotic Overuse
CUUR Diagnostics has transformed infectious disease diagnostics into a more precise, timely, and flexible process to combat the impending Antibiotic Resistance (ABR) crisis.
Our detection panels contain some of the most appropriate gene assays to target the most resistant strains found today and are customized to the source of the sample.
To eliminate the use of overly toxic broad-spectrum anti-microbials, CUUR Diagnostics panels are more specific, more sensitive, and maximizes the speed with which precision therapies can be prescribed.