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  1. Research on mitochondrial Damage Associated Molecular Patterns (mtDAMPs) involved in systemic inflammation after trauma presented at EUROMIT 2017, The International Meeting on Mitochondrial Pathology, Cologne, Germany

    Mon 03 July 2017

    mAbDx CSO Michael Marusich presented current research on mtDAMPs at EUROMIT 2017, The International Meeting on Mitochondrial Pathology, in Cologne, Germany, June 11-15, 2017. The EUROMIT conference is one of the world's leading scientific meetings on mitochondrial structure/function and the role of mitochondria in disease. Marusich reported that ...

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  2. Update on the new mAbDx Vibrio coralliilyticus RapidTest presented at the 2016 annual meeting of the World Aquaculture Society

    Mon 14 March 2016

    mAbDx and Oregon State University collaborators presented an update on the new mAbDx Vibrio coralliilyticus RapidTest at the recent 2016 annual meeting of the World Aquaculture Society. Vibrio coralliilyticus (Vc) is a shellfish pathogen that causes serious production disruptions in marine shellfish hatcheries and is currently difficult to detect and ...

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  3. Congressman Peter DeFazio applauds federal research grant awarded to mAbDx

    Thu 06 November 2014

    U.S. House of Representatives Congressman Peter DeFazio issued a press release today applauding a recently awarded highly competitive federal research grant to mAbDx. "Small businesses like mAbDx Inc. are integral to developing the groundbreaking research that makes America a global academic leader and an economic powerhouse," Rep. DeFazio said ...

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  4. mAbDx awarded Small Business Innovative Research grant to develop a diagnostic test for Vibrio tubiashii, a bacterial shellfish pathogen that is a major problem for shellfish aquaculture

    Wed 01 October 2014

    mAbDx has been awarded a highly competitive Small Business Innovative Research (SBIR) grant from the United States Department of Agriculture, National Institute of Food and Agriculture (USDA, NIFA). The project goal is to develop an inexpensive diagnostic "dipstick" test for Vibrio tubiashii (Vt), a bacterial shellfish pathogen that causes serious ...

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