OpGen, Curetis, and Ares Genetics have combined their businesses to build stronger diagnostic solutions for severe infections. Read more.

Rapid and comprehensive

molecular diagnostic infectious disease panels, including detection of bacterial co-infections in COVID-19 pneumonia.

A new light on antibiotic resistance

Using the power of genomics and informatics to fight antibiotic-resistant microbes

Optimizing Genomic Testing for Antibiotic Resistance

Existing tests can take days to identify the correct treatment for a patient’s infection. That’s why caregivers often use broad-spectrum antibiotics as a first defense—but when those drugs are overused, antibiotic-resistant microbes can emerge. OpGen is developing a better way to treat infection while preventing antibiotic resistance. We harness the power of informatics and genomics to identify antimicrobial resistant (AMR) organisms quickly and accurately, with an aim to improve treatment at the patient, hospital, and network level.


Deaths each year from bacterial infections (WHO)


Deaths annually in the us & europe from drug-resistant infections

$20 billion

Excess direct healthcare costs in the us from drug-resistant infections

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  • 4.29.21
    OpGen to Provide Business Update and Financial Results for the First Quarter 2021 on May 13th at 8:30 a.m. Eastern Time  MORE
  • 4.19.21
    OpGen Extends and Expands Partnership with New York State Department of Health to Detect Antimicrobial-Resistant Infections  MORE
  • 4.12.21
    OpGen Announces Results from Successful Webinar on Bacterial Pneumonia Co-infections in COVID-19 Patients  MORE

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    • 10.01.20
      Performance Evaluation of Multiplex-PCR Pneumonia Panel for Diagnosis of Bacterial Co-Infections Among COVID-19 Patients  MORE

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