Ion Chromatography is one of the most important methods for the determination of alkaline, alkaline earth and transition metals, inorganic anions, sulfuric com- pounds of different oxidation levels, organic acids, and various tensides. Indeed, for aqueous solutions Ion Chromatography is one of the most sensitive methods for these substances, since in most cases the samples can be injected into the system without time consuming sample preparation. If required, e.g.
The innovative automatic Amino Acid Analyzer S 433 combines the advantages of the classical ion exchange separation method with the modern technique of high performance liquid chromatography. The complete package of sophisticated instrumentation, a wide variety of prepacked and tested separation columns, combined with optimized ready-to-use buffer solutions and chemicals, creates the right answer for any routine or research problem in amino acid determination.
Petri dishes are one of the most important products in a bacteriological laboratory and within Greiner Bio-One they are produced in sizes of 35, 60, 94, 100 and 145 mm. Manufactured from high-grade polystyrene the petri dishes have exceptional optical clarity for microscopic analysis as well as heat resistance for use with hot agar.
The manufacture of user-friendly products is one of our most important goals. All microplates manufactured by Greiner Bio-One have a uniform footprint which is conform to the recommendation of the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) (ANSI/SBS 1-2004).
Microarray test kits detect mycoplasma contamination in cell cultures and other biological materials. Kits feature 40 species-specific probes and one universal probe test to identify virtually all reported contaminations using PCR detection. Each DNA probe is spotted five times to ensure assay robustness.
CarnoCheck is the first DNA-Chip for the detection of animal constituents in food products. With CarnoCheck eight different animal species can be rapidly and unequivocally identified in processed food and complex-composition products. The low limit of detection (0.05 - 1% depending on the processing) permits the detection of even small traces of animal constituents in food & feed to clarify:
The contamination of food and feed is a worldwide problem. under inappropriate storage conditions fungi will produce secondary metabolites like mycotoxins, which often render con- sumption or further processing impossible. Because of the toxic and hazardous characteristics, resulting in strict regulations, analysis needs to be extremely effective, sensitive and reliable.