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What We Do

Rapid Molecular Pathogen Detection

The only test you should order for your patient is the one that could lead to a better outcome.

VIKOR SCIENTIFIC™ is a market leader in providing targeted, molecular diagnostics and is focused on developing solutions to improve clinical and economic outcomes.

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Pathogen Detection

It’s About Results

We specialize in customizing molecular diagnostic panels to accurately detect and quantify pathogen loads within 12-24 hours of specimen arrival at the lab.

  • Noninvasive Collection Technique
  • Rapid & Accurate Diagnosis
  • Simultaneous Pathogen Detection
  • Unaffected by Current Medications
  • Avoidance of Unnecessary Antibiotics
  • Antibiotic Resistance Gene Testing

How We Do It

Groundbreaking Technology

VIKOR SCIENTIFIC introduces ABXAssist™, an intelligent, molecular diagnostic solution that can be accessed from any mobile device, web-portal or EHR. This is a unique, data-driven approach that combines precise, molecular pathogen and resistance gene detection with sensitivity and susceptibility data. ABXAssist™ supports clinicians in providing the most targeted and customized treatment plan for their patients.

VIKOR offers the most extensive Resistance Gene Testing Panel on the market today, identifying 49 resistance genes that could prevent ineffective antibiotic therapy, including the genes for the enzymes associated with ESBL, which can have even worse outcomes than MRSA.

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January 13, 2020
Vikor Scientific is currently looking for a Director of Learning and Development who can successfully develop our rapidly growing team. Please click on the link below to learn more about this wonderful opportunity.
January 10, 2020
We are eagerly anticipating our move to the 22 WestEdge building in downtown Charleston’s medical district. Set to make the transition in early spring, we welcome our expansion to two floors totaling 24,000 sq. ft. of lab and office space. #biotechnology #innovation
December 10, 2019
Antibiotic Resistance Mechanism Shows Achilles’ Heel via @GENbio
December 3, 2019
<i>H. Pylori</i> Infection Must Be Wiped Out to Cut Gastric Cancer Risk

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