Applications

New Applications Brochure!

Applications section is complemented with a new brochure - Biosan Analytica produced by the R&D laboratory. It covers studies of Biosan product applications and features, as well as describes one of the major Biosan concepts - World of Biotechnomica. Click here to follow...

Biosan announces the new software for fluorometer

Biosan announces the new software for fluorometer ALA-1/4. See the poster (90 x 120 cm) which describes user interface features and new applications available.

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Biosan develops the end-to-end process involved in Real-time NASBA using innovative products from its life-science range.

Nucleic acid sequence-based amplification (NASBA) is an isothermal method able to specifically amplify target RNA in a DNA background. By combining NASBA amplification with molecular beacon probes, this assay becomes a Real-Time analyses tool that offers faster results compared to quantitative PCR (qPCR). This, along with its isothermal nature, makes NASBA ideal for remote monitoring and/or high-throughput applications.

NASBA has been applied as commercial diagnostic tests for the detection and/or quantitation of number of pathogens including C. trachomatis, HIV, Hepatitis C virus.

See the video from Bioforum 2011, where we demonstrated NASBA LIVE.

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Technology for determining activity of lactatedehydrogenase on ALA-1/4.

Spectrophotometric methods are currently widely used in clinical biochemistry for enzymatic activity analysis. The kinetic UV-method with proven reproducibility and ease of analysis conduction is among them.

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Shaker incubator ES-20/60

Shaker incubator ES-20/60 produced by Biosan and tested at Pauls Stradinsh University (Riga, Latvia). Test report written by Dr. biol. Mikhail Baryshev.

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Use of gentle mixing function Multi bio RS-24 during antibody immobilization (protein) on magnetic particles.

Use of gentle mixing function Multi bio RS-24 during antibody immobilization (protein) on magnetic particles.

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