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  • TOC Analysis in a Chemical Laboratory
    solutions. With legacy TOC. technologies, reliable analysis of these samples requires either extensive instrument maintenance or the. purchase of multiple instruments dedicated to specific applications. With reductions in today's laboratory. budgets, neither option is ideal
  • EPA Final Rule: 40 CFR Part 51, Appendix M - Test Method 205
    for the duration of the field test. In Methods 15 and 16, 40 CFR part 60, appendix A, reactive compounds may be lost in the gas dilution system. Also, in Methods 25A and 25B, 40 CFR part 60, appendix A, calibration with target compounds other than propane is allowed. In these cases, a laboratory
  • Medical Device Link .
    While laboratory instrumentation has come a long way in recent years, there is still room for improvement. Developing novel laboratory instruments and producing efficient upgrades that satisfy the needs of laboratorians and provide affordable solutions can be challenging to IVD manufacturers
  • Medical Device Link .
    at four excitation and emission wavelengths. "Providing our clinical laboratory customers with total PCR automation has been a major goal for us as we continue our technology development efforts, " says Heiner Dreismann, PhD, head of Roche Molecular Diagnostics. The U.S. District Court
  • Medical Device Link .
    A small-scale separation and detection technology that puts a diagnostic laboratory on a card holds promise for point-of-care applications. Miniaturization and automation have revolutionized the world of microelectronics. Whereas computers once were room-sized, steady technological advance has led
  • Medical Device Link .
    , deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA)/protein purification, metering and mixing, DNA amplification and detection methods. A number of microarray chips for DNA analysis are offered commercially, but fully integrated microanalysis systems are hard to find. No system exists that can claim to replace a laboratory from
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    A microfluidic device technology for high-throughput diagnostic applications Low-volume transfer techniques enable microfluidic chips to be interfaced with automated laboratory equipment. Sebastian Bohm, Nghia Chiem, John Gilbert, Jack Lapidas, Albert van den Berg, and Theo Veenstra The IVD
  • Medical Device Link .
    . Even though IVD manufacturers may have experienced some resistance from laboratories to buying automated laboratory systems, that has not deterred them from continuing to develop automated laboratory processes in order to minimize staffing requirements. Industry experts believe that market growth
  • Golden Rules for Working with Cell Cultures
    in the lab. These rules are just as useful for laboratory old-timers as for greenhorns. Some of these rules, however, may fall into the category of "old rope", so please bear with us. It is always useful to read over them again as they can be quite decisive in determining whether one is successful
  • Medical Device Link . Meeting the challenge of stability
    be used without error by less well educated laboratory personnel. One of the primary changes fueled by this demand for convenient, simple-to-use products is the change from dry powder or freeze-dried reagents to ready-to-use liquid reagents. The benefits of this switch to the contemporary laboratory

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