bioanalytical assay


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bioanalytical assay

A generic term any method used to quantify a drug, drug metabolites or chemicals in a biological fluid.
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Incurred Sample Reanalysis (ISR) has become an accepted way to assess the quality of all types of bioanalytical assays and has become widely used within the pharmaceutical industry and by regulatory agencies.
Intertek provides bioanalytical capabilities for biomolecules including quantitative bioanalytical assays for preclinical and clinical studies and immunogenicity assessment.
Regulatory considerations for development of bioanalytical assays for biotechnology products Patrick G Swann, Marjorie A Shapiro
Worldwide market for drug discovery technologies explored in this study includes Bioanalytical Assays, Bioinformatics, Cell Based Assays, Genomic Technologies, High Throughput Screening, Proteomic Technologies and Others comprising Epigenetics, Metabolomics, Combinatorial Chemistry, Synthetic Biology, Systems Biology and Nanotechnology.
Managed nearly one million square feet of accredited laboratory facilities on five continents that handled over 16 million samples and processed in excess of two million bioanalytical assays.
Pyxant develops bioanalytical assays, validates methods, and assays samples, all in compliance with FDA regulatory requirements.
and other types of bioanalytical assays in the new facility.
1 Calculation of matrix factors provides a clear understanding of the matrix effects in bioanalytical assays.
Of the bioanalytical assays known for dioxin-like compounds, Paracelsian's Ah-IMMUNOASSAY(TM) was the only one to fit all the required criteria.