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New cost effective Chlamydia serology test

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Urinary Antigen Testing

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Oxford Biosystems supports Cancer Research

Our managing director, Mark Upton, and his friends The Cycling Surgeons are raising money again for cancer research at the Queen Elizabeth II hospital...

Ready to use Kits and Controls for Chromatography and Mass Spectrometry

Chromatography and Mass Spectrometry

Oxford Biosystems now supplies widest range of ready to use kits with lyophilised calibrators and controls for chromatography and mass spectrometry. The reagents are manufactured for Alifax S.r.l., Italy by Eureka Lab Division S.r.l. and the extensive range of products includes kits and controls for GC, HPLC and MS.

Clinical Chemistry

Endocrinology is the study of hormones and a clinical endocrinologist will use endocrinology mass spectrometry kits to detect levels of key hormones in patients suspected of suffering from a range of conditions including diabetes, growth disorders, metabolic diseases, high blood pressure, high cholesterol and cancers of the endocrine glands.

For more information on endocrinology, please refer to the Society for Endocrinology

Clinical Pharmacology

Compounds of many different chemical and pharmaceutical constructions can be screened rapidly and reliably to determine evidence and levels of toxicity and, in the world of sport, whether a substance is prohibited.

Occupational Toxicology

Occupational toxicology deals with the specific assessment of hazards posed by chemicals in the work environment. An occupational toxicologist will provide advice on risk assessments, safe handling and storage of chemicals, treatment of anyone exposed to a chemical. Occupational toxicology is relevant across a wide range of workplace settings including factories, bakeries (flour dust), hairdressers (hair dyes) and any location where biological or chemical agents are present.

For more information about occupational toxicology, please refer to The British Toxicology Society

Forensic Toxicology

Forensic toxicology deals with the investigation of toxic substances or poisonous products that may be present in bodily fluids and tissue samples. This may be part of a medical, legal or criminal investigation.

For more information about forensic toxicology, please refer to the The Forensics Library – Mass Spectrometry

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