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Antibiotic Resistance 2013: A Global Market Study
Date:10/24/2013

hat are able to identify the specific or major causal bacterium or subtype, prior to the development of antibiotics to target the associated pathogen(s).

11. Methods:
For those participants who answered ‘yes’ to question 10 – participants’ top three laboratory tests used to identify the specific causal bacteria associated with their work related to antibiotic resistance Options: microscopic morphological characteristics (e.g. cocci, rods), differential staining (e.g. gram positive, acid fast stain), biochemical tests (e.g. lactose fermentation), serology (e.g. slid agglutination, serological testing), phage typing, fatty acid profiles, flow cytometry (e.g. for pseudomonas, listeria), plasmid fingerprinting, nucleic acid hybridisation, polymerase chain reaction (pcr) microarray or other.

12. Preferred Products:
For those participants who answered ‘yes’ to question 10 – participants disclosures on their preferred products for the identification of bacterial pathogens.

13. Preferred supplier:
For those participants who answered ‘yes’ to question10 – participants disclosures on their preferred supplier companies for products used for the identification of bacterial pathogens.

14. Future identification methods:
For those participants who answered ‘no’ to question 10 – participants disclosures on their anticipated use of bacterial identification methods three years from now, in their work relating to antibiotics and/or antibiotic resistance.

15. Future methods:
For those participants who answered ‘yes’ to question 14 – participants anticipated use of bacterial identification methods three years from now, relating to their work on antibiotics and/or antibiotic resistance. Options: microscopic morphological characteristics (e.g. cocci, rods), differential staining (e.g. gram positive, acid fast stain), biochemical tests (e.g. lactose fermentation), serology (e.g. slid agglutination, serologic
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