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 Biosense Laboratories AS
 Thormøhlensgt. 55
 Bergen, N-5008,
 Norway
 Tel:(+47) 55543966
 Fax:(+47) 55543771
 E-Mail: biosense@biosense.com

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The Biosense solution
The challenge for modern society is to monitor and control thousands of natural and man-made harmful compounds such as algal toxins, microcystins, endocrine disruptors, hormones, pesticides and industrial chemicals with a few simple and cost-effective techniques.

Biosense Laboratories offers the solution to this challenge as our environmental diagnostic tools offer an easy, fast and cost-effective way to monitor and detect contaminants and toxins.




In addition to our in-house produced products, we distribute products from, among others;

Abraxis           Agrisera           Cayman           Pocket Diagnostic

 


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ISO standard for vtg determination
April 16. 2013. The ISO standard: 'ISO 238903-3:2013; Water quality - Biochemical and physiological measurements on fish - Part 3: Determination of vitellogenin' is now available. Link to standard here
Imidacloprid ELISA test kit
Imidacloprid is an insecticide of the neonicotinoid class suspected to be affecting honey bee colonies (colony collapse disorder (CCD )). The kit is highly sensitive, simple and rapid to preform.

Please contact us at biosense@biosense.com for more info


FHM Vtg Standard
January 07. 2011. A FHM Vtg standard batch different from the one used in the Fathead minnow Vitellogenin ELISA kit is now available upon request.
For additional information see: OECD Test No. 229 for the testing of chemicals. Annex 7. Vitellogenin fortification samples and inter-assay reference standard.
Vitellogenin ELISA test kits
Biosense Laboratories AS has commercialized quantitative vitellogenin (Vtg) ELISA test kits for detection of endocrine disrupting chemicals with estrogenic or anti-estrogenic properties. The fish Vtg ELISA kits have been developed for the standard fish test species recommended by OECD (Fathead minnow, Zebrafish, Medaka, Rainbow trout, and Carp), and are used in many ecotoxicology laboratories throughout the world. Read more

Work in progress... Check back soon
March 28. 2013. Biosense is currently updating our website due to necessary maintenance, and to make the info more accessible for our customers.
During the update-period, the site can be temporarily unstable. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.

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