bioassay Equipment in Virginia

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Troutlodge - Bioassay

by Troutlodge, Inc.     based in Sumner, WASHINGTON (USA)

Troutlodge supplies fish across the country for bioassay tests. Below is a complete list of information you will need to order fish for bioassay testing.

TrojanUV - Model SwiftSC - Suite of Bioassay Validations

by Trojan Technologies - a subsidiary of Danaher Corporation     based in London, ONTARIO (CANADA)

The TrojanUVSwiftSC offers the World's most comprehensive and advanced suite of bioassay validations, with models having (undergone rigorous USEPA, DVGW land ONORM certification using multiple organisms and encompassing a wide dose range.

RSI Bioassay Sensor System

by Resonant Sensors Incorporated (RSI)     based in Arlington, TEXAS (USA)

The RSI Bioassay System integrates affordable electronics with a new, highly sensitive sensor technology to enable rapid, accurate and low-cost screening tests.

RSI Compact Bioassay Sensor System

by Resonant Sensors Incorporated (RSI)     based in Arlington, TEXAS (USA)

Resonant Sensors is currently developing a compact bioassay sensor system that utilizes a microarray chip for the detection of infectious agents. This system is targeted for hospitals, clinics, healthcare facilities, and defense/military applications.

LUMI-CELL - Model ER assay - for Estrogenic Endocrine Disrupters

by Xenobiotic Detections Systems, Inc.     based in Durham, NORTH CAROLINA (USA)

Chemical analysis methods for detecting all the possible endocrine disruptors are limited, so Xenobiotic Detection Systems has developed rapid, inexpensive, sensitive and high throughput cell bioassays. These bioassays allow simultaneous determination of the effects of chemicals on multiple endocrine systems.

HORIBA - Model OpenPlex - Flexible Surface Plasmon Resonance Imaging System

by HORIBA Europe GmbH     based in Leichlingen, GERMANY

Designed to meet the demands of biologists, biochemists and biophysicists, the OpenPlex is a flexible surface plasmon resonance imaging system. OpenPlex is your companion for the development of label-free and multiplexed bio-assays and molecule detection. It is a robust and compact system designed for simple use and high versatility. Its open ...

Protoxkit F Microbiotests

by MicroBioTests Inc.     based in Mariakerke, BELGIUM

24h chronic (growth inhibition) toxicity test based on the ciliate protozoan Tetrahymena thermophila. A test Guideline for a Tetrahymena bioassay is under priority development in OECD.

RSI Sensor Plates And Supplies

by Resonant Sensors Incorporated (RSI)     based in Arlington, TEXAS (USA)

RSI sensor plates are compatible with the RSI Bioassay System, and are available in disposable 96- and 384- well format arrays.  Plates are available bare, with silane or customized surface activation.  An activation kit can also be purchased (for use with bare sensor plates).

Toxi-ChromoPad - Sediment Contact Toxicity Test

by Environmental Bio-Detection Products Inc. (EBPI)     based in Mississauga, ONTARIO (CANADA)

The Toxi-ChromoPad test is designed for Rapid Detection of Acute Toxicity during Contact. The Toxi-ChromoPad bioassay uses a novel mutant of the bacterium E.coli as the test organism. This bacterium was selected specifically for sensitivity to a wide range of toxic substances. The assay allows the bacteria to grow in direct contact with the ...

XDS-CALUX - Model Assay - Rapid, Accurate, and Affordable Dioxin/Furan and PCB Analysis

by Xenobiotic Detections Systems, Inc.     based in Durham, NORTH CAROLINA (USA)

The XDS-CALUX system is a reporter gene-based screening bioassay for dioxin and related dioxin-like chemicals. It can measure dioxin faster and less expensively than traditional GC/HRMS instrumental methods. Among many other approvals, it is validated as method 4435 by the U.S. EPA to be used for measuring emissions gas, dust, ashes and other ...

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