Research & Development
ISO13485 certified, BioFilm Control has a unique proprietary technology for studying biofilms: the BioFilm Ring Test®. BioFilm Control is committed to meeting your expectations by offering you tailor-made studies adapted to your needs. For any service request, contact us directly at firstname.lastname@example.org, and our dedicated team will provide you with its expertise.
BioFilm Control offers you a wide range of personalized services and skills for your studies in the field of microbiology.
Antibiogram, Antibiofilmogram®, MIC, MBC, bMIC (Biofilm Minimum Inhibitory Concentration)
study of biofilms
BioFilm ring test®, clinical BioFilm ring test®, colorimetry, counts…
Studies of factors
affecting the biofilm
Temperature variation, activity of antimicrobial molecules, evaluation of cosmetic compounds
planktonic and biofilm
Differentiation of growth
In situ observation of
Creation of biofilms on
(plastic, fabric, stainless steel, glass…)
Aerobic and anaerobic studies
• Level 2 containment laboratory of 85 m2
• Biological safety cabinets for the handling of class I and II pathogens
• Robotic platform under a safety cabinet
• Laminar flow hood
• -80°C deep freeze cabinets
• Microplates reader
• Refrigerated centrifuge
• 5 microbiological incubators
• Refrigerated incubators
• Inverted optical microscope with camera and optical microscope
• Filtering station
• Chemical hood
• Automated gram staining
Access to a collection
of nearly 200 proprietary strains
Implementation of studies adapted to
your needs while complying with your normative and regulatory requirements
Fully customized management
of your projects
of your studies guaranteed
Antibiofilmogram® is a proprietary BioFilm Control technique designed to study the efficiency of antibiotics on the “biofilm” behaviour of pathogenic bacteria in Human and Animal Health
The Antibiofilmogram® is an Antibiotic Susceptibility Testing (AST) technique applied to biofilm formation. To date, it is the only automated technique that can provide additional data to bacterial susceptibility tests with the possibility of saving time.
The BioFilm Control service offer covers 5 infectious areas:
- Joint & Bone infections
- Diabetic Foot Ulcer infection
- Lung infections
- Cystic Fibrosis infections
- Urinary Tract Infections
clinical BioFilm Ring Test®
The clinical BioFilm Ring Test® is a method to evaluate the potential of bacteria to form a biofilm.
This potential can be correlated to the pathogenicity of bacteria and the severity of the infections caused.
This technique allows a large number of strains to be tested quickly and can be applied to all bacterial species.
Antibiofilmogram® and clinical Biofilm Ring Test® (cBRT) are proposed as services, for research and diagnostics, in order to support decision making.
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