Biolog Announces New Leadership Team and Secures Major Investment to Drive Widespread Adoption of Industry-Leading Microbial Identification and Phenotypic Profiling Products May 12, 2022 — Hayward, CA – Biolog, Inc., a leading provider of cell-based microbial identification and phenotypic profiling technologies, today announced the appointment of a new leadership team including industry veteran Robert Wicke...Read More
Discovery of activation of cancer-fighting T cells by inosine, enabled by Biolog metabolic assay technology Hayward, CA, USA – August 14, 2020 – A multi-site research team headed by Dr. Ruoning Wang at the Nationwide Children’s Hospital has uncovered a metabolic pathway that can potentially be exploited to enhance the killing of anti-cancer T cells...Read More
ALS related metabolic pathway discovered by Sheffield scientists using Biolog technology Discovery could open doorway to new treatment Sheffield, UK and Hayward, CA, USA –February 13, 2019–Researchers at the University of Sheffield have identified a new pathway that is disrupted in amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), a debilitating and ultimately lethal motor neuron disease (MND). The...Read More
Hayward, CA – January 16, 2018 – Biolog, Inc. announced today the launch of a new product line that enables a comprehensive scan of mitochondrial function. Better technology for measuring mitochondrial function has, for many years, been on the wish list of researchers studying a wide range of human disorders. The new products, MitoPlate™ S-1 and...Read More
Hayward, CA – November 13, 2017 – Biolog, Inc. announced today that it has been granted US Patent 9,662,372 describing a new potential approach for treating life-threatening infections by the colon residing bacterium, Clostridium difficile (recently renamed as Peptoclostridium difficile). The patent describes the discovery by Biolog scientists that cationic compounds can rapidly inactivate the toxin produced by this...Read More
Hayward, CA – April 3, 2017 – Biolog, Inc. announced today details of its latest GEN III identification database version 2.8, containing 1568 taxa, including 258 plant pathogens. This database update was completed by scientists at Biolog’s headquarters in Hayward, CA in collaboration with Dr. Bevan Weir and his colleagues at Landcare Research in Auckland, New...Read More
Biolog is a world leader in cell-based phenotypic testing technologies and assays. We have focused our efforts on developing technologies and products to test properties of cells (phenotypes) very simply and efficiently.