State of COVID-19 Laboratory Testing Survey – Different challenges for different types of testing labs?
The State of COVID-19 testing in terms of availability and turnaround time has changed dramatically throughout the course of the pandemic. To get a better understanding of how Mammoth can support the testing community, we conducted a survey of COVID-19 testing labs that was completed by over 500 testing lab professionals between February 23rd and […]
State of COVID-19 Laboratory Testing Survey- What 500 Lab Testing Professionals Shared With Us!
The State of COVID-19 testing in terms of capacity, barriers, types of tests available, and turn around time has changed significantly throughout the course of the pandemic. To get a better understanding of how Mammoth can support the testing community, we conducted a survey of COVID-19 testing labs that was completed by over 500 lab […]
Cas proteins power the CRISPR genome editing revolution. Indeed, it is Cas proteins, along with guides, that target and cut specific DNA sequences during the genome editing process. Two popular Cas proteins used for genome editing are SpCas9 and its smaller cousin, SaCas9. Although these two proteins enable many genome editing efforts, they do have […]
Survey: Challenges to increased COVID-19 testing capacity in the U.S.
UPDATE 3/10/2021: The survey is now closed. We will be publishing a report based on the survey soon! Many have called for increased testing since the beginning of the pandemic (e.g. see this STAT news article from September 2020 and this Nature News Article about President Biden’s COVID-19 strategy from January 2021). As the U.S. […]
Building consistent, reliable testing capacity with the DETECTR BOOST™ SARS-CoV-2 test kit
The vaccine effect on SARS-CoV-2 testing With the roll out of the first vaccinations, there is hope that things will begin to go back to normal. So what is the outlook for SARS-CoV-2 testing in 2021? Many testing labs are asking that question. While there is no crystal ball, many in the in vitro diagnostics […]