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Environmental DNA (eDNA) services for Monitoring and Testing

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    Quantitative Real-Time PCR with Metalworking Fluids Services

    Metalworking Fluid users are well aware of the problems caused by unwanted bacterial and fungal colonization of their fluids. Numerous species of microorganisms can cause problems in functional fluids and, barring use of clean-room techniques, all industrial fluids are plagued by constant inoculation with microorganisms.

    By Microbe Inotech Laboratories, Inc based in St. Louis, MISSOURI (USA). from Industrial Services Service line

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    Microbial Genetics & Vector Construction Services

    In the electroporation process, the bacteria are mixed with DNA and briefly exposed to a strong electric field. It is important that the recipient cells first be washed extensively in buffer with very low ionic strength such as distilled water. The buffer usually also contains a nonionic solute such as glycerol to prevent osmotic shock. The brief ...

    By Microbe Inotech Laboratories, Inc based in St. Louis, MISSOURI (USA). from Environmental Services Service line

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    Quantitative Real-Time PCR (qPCR)

    DNA technology has initiated a new era in environmental microbiology. Nucleic acid based methods provide specific, sensitive detection of microorganisms from a variety of environments. Quantitative PCR (qPCR) is possible through the combined use of specialized PCR reagents (e.g., TaqMan) and refined instrumentation. This advance is particularly ...

    By Microbe Inotech Laboratories, Inc based in St. Louis, MISSOURI (USA). from Environmental Services Service line

  • Transform Your Environment

    AlterEcho gives our clients the the skills and support to face challenges, build new paths, and strengthen organizations.

    By AlterEcho based in Chantilly, VIRGINIA (USA).

  • Environmental DNA surveillance of non-native species

    Protect the ecological and financial value of your site; protect your critical infrastructure. Effective management of non-native species begins with surveillance and monitoring of their distribution. Early detection of non-native species is key to mitigating harm, protecting infrastructure and reducing the cost of management.

    By Applied Genomics Ltd. based in UNITED KINGDOM.

  • Environmental Due Diligence - eDNA Biodiversity Monitoring

    For establishment of ecological baselines and ongoing monitoring of biological communities. Environmental DNA analysis provides responsive, cost-effective biodiversity monitoring for understanding the ecological state, stability and productivity of your site.

    By Applied Genomics Ltd. based in UNITED KINGDOM.

  • Polyomarvirus Testing Services

    Federal and state regulatory agencies mandate the use of fecal coliforms, E. coli and/or Enterococci as microbial indicators of water quality. However, these traditional indicators of fecal pollution do not adequately assess the specific sources of pollution or the associated health risks. Many methods have been developed to identify sources of ...

    By BCS Laboratories, Inc based in Gainesville, FLORIDA (USA).

  • DNA Damage Diagnostics

    The assay requires a small blood sample (25 microlitres) which is then processed and stained with propidium iodide before the net amount of nuclear DNA is determined for each cell using a flow cytometre. The 10,000 cells analyzed for each sample is summarised as a coefficient of variation statistic (CV). All the CV values are then analyzed using a ...

    By International EcoGen Incorporated based in North Vancouver, BRITISH COLUMBIA (CANADA).

  • TripleLock™ - Enhanced eDNA Detection Service

    Our platform is based on three core principles that are designed to maximize accuracy and confidence in qPCR results, reduce costs, and deliver results in real-time, without waiting weeks for results.

    By Precision Biomonitoring Inc. based in ONTARIO (CANADA).

  • Ecosystem Monitoring Services

    Local species abundance from DNA in water samples. Environmental DNA (eDNA) sequencing is useful for determining species composition of local macrofauna such as fish, mammals and birds by the analysis of DNA present within the water column, in the absence of the originating species. The DNA is either freely dissolved in the water or is present in ...

    By Xelect Ltd. based in Fife, UNITED KINGDOM. from Environmental Genomics Service line

  • eDNA Laboratory Services

    Smith-Root is exclusively partnered with Precision Biomonitoring—a spin-off from the Biodiversity Institute at the University of Guelph (home of the Barcode of Life Project)—to offer our customers laboratory analysis for their environmental DNA (eDNA) samples. While we also offer rapid, onsite qPCR results through our Biomeme platform, ...

    By Smith-Root based in Vancouver, WASHINGTON (USA).

  • Environmental DNA detection of protected species

    Species in decline often end up, not in habitat most favourable to them but in habitat least favourable to the agent of their decline. Our highly sensitive eDNA techniques enable your teams to discover and manage these remnant and fragmented populations, quickly and cost-effectively.

    By Applied Genomics Ltd. based in UNITED KINGDOM.

  • Ecological Risk Intelligence - eDNA for detailed quantitative risk assessment

    A number of regulatory regimes require an ecological risk assessment (EcoRA) to be carried out. EcoRA is concerned with populations and communities and the effects of substances on their mortality and fecundity. EcoRA has to deal with a multitude of organisms, all with varying sensitivities to chemicals and various groups have distinct exposure ...

    By Applied Genomics Ltd. based in UNITED KINGDOM.

  • Ecological Impact Analysis - eDNA for quantification of biodiversity pressures

    Our analysis can identify and characterise ecologically sensitive receptors and correlate distributions with environmental pressures to inform data-driven dynamic decision models. We apply statistical tools to identify ecological tipping-point indicators, delivering meaningful insights for improving your environmental management decisions.

    By Applied Genomics Ltd. based in UNITED KINGDOM.

  • Dust and Water Analysis Service

    As part of personnel dust monitoring, CEL provides accurate measurement of inhalable dust from filter papers using a micro balance with a readability of 0.001mg. This will be an important tool to assess work exposure to dust and will be critical with the changing HSE regulations regarding acceptable levels of dust exposure.

    By Crestwood Environmental Ltd based in Wolverhampton, UNITED KINGDOM. from Lab Services Service line

  • Taxonomic Support Services

    DNA barcoding can facilitate a cost-effective and accurate species identification in challenging circumstances such as when a sample is incomplete, damaged, lacking key identifying features, or if the species is very morphologically similar to another. This is of particular importance when a species is of high value as an indicator of ecosystem ...

    By Xelect Ltd. based in Fife, UNITED KINGDOM. from Environmental Genomics Service line

  • Environmental & Analytical Services

    Reduce risk, increase sustainability and mitigate your environmental impact in sensitive and deepwater environments. Battelle offers practical, science- and technology-driven solutions for environmental assessment, monitoring, risk reduction and mitigation.

    By Battelle Memorial Institute based in Columbus, OHIO (USA). from Energy Service line

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