U of M-Developed Tool for Rapid Infection Diagnosis Nears Commercialization

A U of M chemistry professor aims to commercialize her method for rapidly detecting urinary tract infections.

If that work is successful, it could be a major game-changer since it now takes 48 to 72 hours for medical labs to clinically diagnose any kind of infection from bacterial cultures—including fast-moving and potentially lethal infections.

The full story was published in March, 2018, in Twin Cities Business.