UW News: Advances breathe new life into Madison infection-detection company

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University of Wisconsin News highlights the potential value of Isomark’s non-invasive technology, particularly in a world where antibiotic-resistant infections are an escalating issue.  And although the article focuses primarily on the use of Isomark’s Canary for bacterial infections, since the device is looking at a shift in the body’s response to an infection and how it metabolizes different isotopes, it will be useful for viral and fungal infections as well.

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