Published Online: Sunday, April 1, 2007

bioMérieux is hitting the road again with its third annual Innovation in Motion bus tour. Equipped with a mobile laboratory and theater, the bus will bring product training, education, and certification to bioMérieux clients in >50 US cities.

DiversiLab is one of the new products featured. It automates the process for tracking the source and spread of microbial infection or contamination. The fast and precise nature of DiversiLab allows for easy implementation to determine the source of an outbreak, understand how it spreads, take necessary steps to control it, and monitor its epidemiology. The bus tour also will feature other bioMérieux automated products, including VITEK 2, STELLARA, and BacT/ALERT 3 D. For more information, visit www.biomerieux-usa.com/inmotion.

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