autoassay

au·to·as·say

(aw'tō-as'ā),
Detection or estimation of the amount of a substance produced in an organism by means of a test object in that organism, as, for example, use of the denervated heart in situ of a cat to assay for epinephrine or sympathin liberated into its bloodstream.
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The AutoAssay System utilizes a high-resolution color-digital-camera and easy-to-use Windows software to instantly read 90-100 mm agar Petri plates.
AutoAssay is 21 CFR Part 11 compliant and also meets FDA-GMP/GLP/QSR.