Mold Analysis by DNA Extraction

At Assured Bio, we employ advanced microscopy, culture and molecular analyses to precisely test for mold. Our cutting-edge techniques provide accurate insights into mold presence and contribute to healthier living spaces.

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Leveraging DNA testing, Assured Bio leads the industry in precise and swift detection of a diverse range of organisms. We proudly stand as one of the pioneering laboratories in the United States, accredited for molecular detection of molds and bacteria, showcasing our commitment to cutting-edge technology and quality assurance.

What is MSQPCR?

Mold-Specific Quantitative Polymerase Chain Reaction (MSQPCR) encompasses various DNA testing methods derived from the EPA’s ERMI research program, including ERMI, SIM, SIAM, PFP, ARMI, among others. Dust collector samples provide insight into a home’s mold history, generating an ERMI score when following the EPA’s ERMI protocol, facilitating comparisons with the average mold burden in homes.

The SIM (Survey of Indoor Molds), utilizing ERMI technology, is suitable for sample types beyond ERMI protocol constraints, compatible with either dust collectors or swabs. For assessing current indoor airborne mold levels, our exclusive M-TRAP® cassette, coupled with an IAQ sampling pump, allows for SIAM analysis (ERMI panel for the air), providing spore trap-like results with species identifications.

Why Choose DNA Testing?

Our DNA testing services prioritize speed, with the option for same-day turnaround for most analyses, available at an additional cost.

Our services offer flexibility in processing diverse sample matrices and conducting multiple analyses from a single sample. Additionally, we have the capability to tailor custom testing solutions to meet specific client requests.
DNA testing attains accuracy by analyzing genetic information in samples, detecting minute amounts with precision. Executed in a controlled, automated environment, it minimizes human error, establishing it as a gold standard in forensics, diagnostics, and legal investigations.