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

2022-10-20T11:49:51-07:00

Ram-Mohan, N. et al. Microbiology Spectrum (asm.org). 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

2022-10-27T14:02:38-07:00

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

2022-07-15T09:39:18-07:00

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

Redefining critical illness

2022-07-15T09:34:48-07:00

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

2022-07-15T09:37:15-07:00

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

2022-06-01T17:13:41-07:00

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

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

2022-02-18T17:26:37-08:00

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

2021-11-09T14:20:54-08:00

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

2021-07-09T10:58:57-07:00

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

2022-06-01T17:24:02-07:00

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

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