Alicia Tetlak, Microbiologist and Laboratory Supervisor at Next Science, is now a Registrant of the National Registry of Certified Microbiologists (NRCM). After meeting rigorous educational and experiential requirements and passing a comprehensive written examination, she became certified as a Registered Microbiologist in Pharmaceutical and Medical Device Microbiology in late June. Ms. Tetlak received her M.S. … Read More
Next Science is excited to release the results of a randomized clinical trial revealing that Next Science Acne Gel was 67% better in improving acne versus the control. “Topical Treatment with an Agent Disruptive to P. acnes Biofilm Provides Positive Therapeutic Response: Results of a Randomized Clinical Trial” appears in the June 2016 issue of Journal of Drugs in Dermatology. The publication was supported by Next Science.
Next Science Acne Treatment Gel has recently been launched in the US market. It is a topical gel treatment proven effective against moderate-to-severe acne. The gel, which contains salicylic acid, is able to breakdown the biofilm that encapsulates acne-causing bacteria within the pore, allowing for more effective, non-irritating skin treatment. Next Science has partnered with leading dermatologists, please contact us to find out where this product is available.
Earlier this month, Next Science attended the SAWC spring conference with the nation’s foremost experts on advanced wound care. Next Science Wound Gel was the only biofilm-focused product in attendance, and served to inform the wound care community of the significant threat that biofilms pose to wound healing, and the inadequacies of competing products against … Read More
A leading authority in wound care has published the results of a comprehensive study focusing on biofilm disruption and its effects on chronic wound treatment. “Disrupting the biofilm matrix improves wound healing outcomes” appears in the August 2015 issue of Journal of Wound Care. The combination of standard of care plus BlastX™ showed successful treatment for 93% of wounds. This was a 40% increase in healing versus standard of care alone.
Watch Dr. Rodney Donlan, a Research Microbiologist for the US Center for Disease Control and Prevention field questions specifically about bacterial biofilms and what has been learned by the CDC.