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Powerful analysis of your WGS data in minutes

An easy-to-use software service for microbiology labs translating DNA into actionable results. Used by hospitals, public health and research organizations.

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From raw reads to actionable results in a few minutes. 1928 offers an all-in-one analysis platform delivering:

  • Antibiotic resistance prediction
  • Typing and identification of outbreaks
  • Virulence factor identification

1928 Diagnostics

1928 is a Swedish company based in Gothenburg with strong ties to both the tech and science community, bridging knowledge from biology and medicine into software development. Our mission is to use technology to build important services that can be used in healthcare to address the growing and alarming problem of antimicrobial resistance. Sweden is our homebase, but we are operating globally, and look forward to meet you wherever our paths will cross.

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Kristina & Susanne

Kristina and Susanne, co-founders and management at 1928.

Latest News

The 1928 team at the annual IDSA meeting at IDWeek in Washington D.C.

1928 Diagnostics enters the US market with their cloud service platform for microbial analysis


Entering the US market, 1928 Diagnostics will provide value for US based hospitals to fight hospital acquired infections.

Our CEO, Kristina Lagerstedt, being interviewed by Dagens Industri TV at Norrsken Impact Week.

Norrsken Impact Week


The 1928 team were in Stockholm for the first ever Norrsken Impact Week, as one of the ten finalists for the Norrsken Award 2019.

1928 CEO Kristina Lagerstedt participating in a panel discussion at the Economist AMR Summit 2019.

Highlights From March 2019


March 2019 was a busy month! Were invited to talk about three different topics at three unique events.

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