Using a 29-mRNA host response classifier to detect bacterial coinfections and predict outcomes in COVID-19 patients presenting to the emergency department


Ram-Mohan, N. et al. Microbiology Spectrum ( October, 2022

Detection of viral infection and bacterial co- and superinfection in COVID-19 patients presenting to the emergency department using the 29-mRNA host response classifier BVN-3 – a multicenter study


Bauer, W. et al. Open Forum Infectious Diseases. August 2022.

Evaluation of a multivalent transcriptomic metric for diagnosing surgical sepsis and estimating mortality among critically ill patients


Brakenridge, S. et al. Critical Care Medicine. July 2022.

Redefining critical illness


Maslove, D. et al. Nature Medicine. June 2022.

Prospective validation of a transcriptomic severity classifier among patients with suspected acute infection and sepsis in the ED


Galtung, N. et al. European Journal of Emergency Medicine. April 2022.

Diagnostic host gene expression analysis by quantitative reverse transcription loop-mediated isothermal amplification to discriminate between bacterial and viral infections


Remmel M, et al. Clinical Chemistry. Feb 2022.

A transcriptomic severity metric that predicts clinical outcomes in critically ill surgical sepsis patients


Brakenridge, S. et al. Critical Care Explorations. Oct 2021.

The optimization and biological significance of a 29-host-immune-mRNA panel for the diagnosis of acute infections and sepsis


He, Y. et al. J. Pers. Med. June 2021.

A novel 29-messenger RNA host-response assay from whole blood accurately identifies bacterial and viral infections in the ED


Bauer, W. et al. Critical Care Medicine. June 2021.

A 29-mRNA host response test from blood accurately distinguishes bacterial and viral infections among ED patients


Safarika, A. et al. ICMx. June 2021.

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