Sites for companies or individual analytical laboratories that have established procedures in place to perform tests on submitted samples, to identify, assay, analyze, or aid research in toxins and toxicity measurement.
Specializes in biomonitoring, acute and chronic whole effluent toxicity testing and TREs. Certified in LA, AR, OK and KS. Located in Doyline, Louisiana.
Offer in vitro assays for analysis of dioxins, PCBs, estrogens, POPs in food, environmental and other samples, as licensing of technology or contract analytical work in Amsterdam, The Netherlands.
Consulting and aquatic toxicity biomonitoring for NPDES permits, offering sample pick up and kit delivery service across the Gulf Coast from Mobile to Cameron, based in Slidell, Louisiana.
Offers clients in vitro assays, compliant with GLP, including cell-based assays measuring efficacy/potency of specialty chemicals, drugs, and biologics. Includes education and training program at Gaithersburg, Maryland.
An ISO 17025 accredited and GLP compliant, independent tobacco testing and research laboratory specializing in analytical chemistry, toxicology, biomarkers and method development. Based in Kitchener, Ontario, Canada.
Performs aquatic toxicity bioassays for NPDES water quality monitoring permits in Sarasota, Florida.
Environmental and toxicological laboratory, offering acute and chronic tests to meet the regulatory requirements. Lists resources and career opportunities in Manchester, Connecticut.
Specialist laboratory offering test services and validated pathology results to both business and public clients worldwide.
Offers GLP characterization of proteins, peptides, drugs and their metabolites, using FT/IR, GC-MS and LC-MS/MS, for pharmaceutical and forensic applications. Includes tests performed, certification and contacts in Fort Collins, Colorado.
Offers clinical, drug abuse and toxicological analyses throughout the USA, at labs in Idaho and Arizona, and base in Tacoma, Washington.
Offers dioxin analysis, and biologically-based assays for risk assessment.
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