Medical Diagnostic Laboratories, L.L.C. (MDL), founded in 1998, serves primarily as a reference laboratory for Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR) based testing to physicians, laboratories and hospitals worldwide. MDL is a CLIA certified infectious disease laboratory with multiple state licenses specializing in PCR technology. Molecular diagnostic techniques, such as the PCR method, are considered to be the most sensitive and specific for the laboratory diagnosis of infectious diseases. MDL offers unique, non-invasive, highly stable specimen collection and transport platforms, such as the OneSwab®, UroSwab® and NasoSwab™. These platforms enable MDL to offer a variety of PCR based tests from a single swab with high sensitivity and specificity.
MDL specializes in high complexity, state-of-the-art, automated DNA-based molecular analyses. By using molecular techniques, MDL is able to provide clinicians from many different specialties valuable tailored diagnostic information to assist in the detection, diagnosis, evaluation, and treatment of viral, fungal, and bacterial infections. For example, the unique testing MDL offers for the specialties of Urology and Gynecology enables the detection of multiple pathogens as well as certain drug resistance profiles from a single swab by PCR. MDL's primary focus is in the field of infectious disease testing for Urology, Obstetrics and Gynecology, Respiratory Infectious diseases, Vector-borne diseases, Mycology and Pharmacogenomics.
MDL's Research and Development Department is comprised of experts in the fields of Molecular Biology, Immunology, Virology, Microbiology, Mycology, Pharmacogenomics and Oncology. In addition to developing and validating new clinical diagnostic tests, the Research and Development Department also publishes research projects in peer-reviewed journals, presents scientific information at international symposia, and performs contractual research work for major commercial, governmental, and academic organizations.
To this end, MDL invites you to contact us with your ongoing needs for molecular medicine, as this field continues to grow. – less – More from ZoomInfo »