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Viral Pathogens

√ Adenovirus

√ Bocavirus

√ COVID-19 (Coronavirus)

√ Coronavirus (229E; HKU1; NL63; OC43)

√ EBV (mononucleosis)

√ Enterovirus

√ HMPV A & B

√ Influenza A & B

√ Parainfluenza Virus (type 1-4)

√ Rhinovirus (types A & B)

√ RSV (types A & B)

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√ Acinetobacter baumannii

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√ Staphylococcus epidermidis

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√ Streptococcus pyogenes (Group A)

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√ Class A β-lactamase (blaKPC)

√ Class A β-lactamase(CTX-M-Grp 1)

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√ Sulfonamides

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√ Acinetobacter baumannii

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√ Citrobacter braakii/freundii

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√ Enterococcus spp.

√ Escherichia coli

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√ Klebsiella pneumoniae

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√ Proteus mirabilis

√ Pseudomonas aeruginosa

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√ Staphylococcus aureus

√ Staphylococcus epidermidis

√ Staphylococcus saprophyticus

√ Streptococcus pyogenes (Group A)

√ Streptococcus agalactiae (Group B)

√ Ureaplasma urealyticum

ABX Resistance Marker

√ Class A β-lactamase (blaKPC)

√ Class A β-lactamase(CTX-M-Grp 1)

√ Class B metallo-β-lactamase (blaNDM)

√ Vancomycin (vanA, vanB)

√ Methicillin/Oxacillin (mecA)

√ Sulfonamides

√ Fluoroquinolones

√ Trimethoprim

√ Atopobium vaginae

√ Chlamydia trachomatis

√ Gardnerella vaginalis

√ Haemophilus ducreyi

√ HHV-1 (Herpes Simplex)

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√ Neisseria gonorrhoeae

√ Treponema pallidum

√ Trichomonas vaginalis

√ Atopobium vaginae

√ Bacteroides fragilis

√ BVAB-2

√ Candida albicans

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√ Candida krusei

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√ Candida tropicalis

√ Chlamydia trachomatis

√ Enterococcus spp.

√ Escherichia coli

√ Gardnerella vaginalis

√ Haemophilus ducreyi

√ HHV-1 (Herpes Simplex)

√ HHV-2 (Herpes Simplex)

√ Lactobacillus crispatus

√ Lactobacillus gasseri

√ Lactobacillus iners

√ Lactobacillus jensenii

√ Megasphaera Type 1

√ Megasphaera Type 2

√ Mobiluncus curtisii

√ Mobiluncus mulieris

√ Mycoplasma genitalium

√ Mycoplasma hominis

√ Neisseria gonorrhoeae

√ Prevotella bivis

√ Staphylococcus aureus

√ Streptococcus agalactiae (Grp B)

√ Treponema pallidum

√ Trichomonas vaginalis

√ Ureaplasma urealyticum

√ Acinetobacter baumannii

√ Bacteroides fragilis

√ Citrobacter braakii/freundii

√ Citrobacter koseri

√ Enterobacter cloacae

√ Enterococcus spp.

√ Escherichia coli

√ Klebsiella aerogenes

√ Klebsiella oxytoca/michiganensis

√ Klebsiella pneumoniae

√ Morganella morganii

√ Proteus mirabilis

√ Pseudomonas aeruginosa

√ Serratia marcescens

√ Staphylococcus aureus

√ Staphylococcus epidermidis

√ Staphylococcus saprophyticus

√ Streptococcus pyogenes (Group A)

√ ABX Resistance Marker

 √ Class A β-lactamase (blaKPC)

√ Class A β-lactamase(CTX-M-Grp 1)

√ Class B metallo-β-lactamase (blaNDM)

√ Vancomycin (vanA, vanB)

√ Methicillin/Oxacillin (mecA)

√ Sulfonamides

√ Fluoroquinolones

√ Trimethoprim

√ Alternaria spp.i

√ Aspergillus spp.

√ Fusarium spp.

√ Scytalidium dimidiatum

√ Sarocladium strictum

√ Candida albicans

√ Candida glabrata

√ Candida krusei

√ Candida parapsilosis

√ Candida tropicalis

√ Cryptococcus spp.

√ Malassezia spp.

√ Meyerozyma guilliermondii

√ Trichophyton anthropophilic spp.

√ Trichophyton zoophilic spp.

√ Microsporum canis

√ Trichosporon spp.

√ Epidermophyton floccosum

√ Curvularia spp.

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MLP has streamlined a turnkey process that enables physicians to bring Molecular PCR Based Testing In-House with relative ease.

We provide hands on consulting services that guide you through the Lab Start-Up process. Once your Physician Office Laboratory is up and running, our concierge service continues… We make molecular testing fast and easy for your practice with ready to run, custom plated assays in convenient break away plates.  This eliminates the time consuming and costly point of care plating process and allows increased daily testing volume.

Why Use PCR Testing?

Diagnostic Assurance

When patients report abnormal symptoms, it can often be a puzzle to figure out the cause of the problem. If misdiagnosed, the incorrect medicine or dosage may be prescribed, and infectionscan linger or become severe. Utilizing RT-qPCR testing provides highly accurate identification of infections as well as the appropriate treatment and dosage for that patient’s infection. Thus, allowing them the right treatment the first time.


These tests can often help a clinician confirm their diagnosis or even rule out the presence of infections. There are also occasions where these lab tests will identify secondary infections, which is vital for clinicians to know to help treat their patients appropriately.








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Antibiotic Stewardship

The largest benefit of providing diagnostic testing is that it promotes antibiotic stewardship. With the level of accuracy of this testing, you no longer have to worry about prescribing too little or too much medication. You hit the target the first time, helping the patient get better faster and stay better longer.

The Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has discovered over 2/3 of all antibiotics prescribed are inappropriate and 1/3 are unnecessary.1 Antibiotic stewardship is a coordinated program that promotes the appropriate use of antibiotics, improves patient outcomes, and decreases the spread of infections caused by multidrug-resistant organisms.

The misuse and overuse of antibiotics is one of the world’s most pressing public health problems. Infectious organisms adapt to the antimicrobials designed to kill them, making the drugs ineffective. People infected with antimicrobial-resistant organisms are more likely to have longer, more expensive hospital stays, and may be more likely to die as a result of an infection. Any medical practice promoting antibiotic stewardship should be utilizing RT-qPCR testing.

1“CDC: 1 in 3 antibiotic prescriptions unnecessary.” Centers for Disease Control and Preventions, 3 May 2016, https://www.cdc.gov/ media/releases/2016/p0503-unnecessary-prescriptions.html



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