Supplier's Corner

BioScience Labs Offers Services

August 6, 2008

BioScience Laboratories of Bozeman, MT offers its end-to-end solution for Clinical Virology Studies. Under the direction of Laboratory Manager Volha Dzyakanava Ph.D., the laboratory can conduct human clinical virology testing based on ASTM Method E-1838 to evaluate handwash and handrub products for antiviral efficacy.

By coupling the scientific capabilities of the virology laboratory with BioScience Laboratories’ 17-year history of conducting clinical studies, the company can offer its clients a start-to-finish solution that includes product design consulting, regulatory compliance assessments, clinical study management, laboratory testing and statistical analysis of test results. More info: www.biosciencelabs.com
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