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New Endosafe®-PTS™- Enhanced Endotoxin Test Sensitivity

Endosafe Endotoxin testing
The Endosafe®-PTS™, our rapid, handheld endotoxin detection system, has always provided a faster and easier endotoxin testing process when compared to traditional methods. Now, with the launch of our new .005 EU/mL cartridges, you can get enhanced test sensitivity in less than 20 minutes.

Our FDA-licensed cartridges are pre-loaded with all of the reagents required to perform an LAL test on the Endosafe®-PTS™ portable spectrophotometer. The .005 cartridges allow for higher maximum valid dilution, increasing the likeliness of overcoming product interference. Quantitative results are displayed on the screen and can be downloaded to a central data management system.
The PTS™ system uses kinetic chromogenic methodology to detect endotoxin levels as high as 10 EU/ml and as low as .005 EU/mL. The new .005 EU/mL cartridge is a substantial advancement in endotoxin detection technology because it can save users close to an hour when compared to traditional testing methods.

The PTS™ testing platform has been widely implemented globally as a cost-effective and time-saving solution for rapid endotoxin testing. Other testing applications that can be performed on the PTS™ platform include glucan detection, Gram identification, and protein concentration.

For more information about our new .005 EU/mL cartridges or about our line of rapid endotoxin testing products, please call in USA - 1 877 CRIVER 1 (+[1] 877 274 8371) or visit our website, www.criver.com/pts.

Click here to see a video presentation on the Endosafe®-PTS™portable LAL testing system.



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Source: Charles River Laboratories International, Inc. View latest company information

Posted: June 24, 2009
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