Supplier Category: HPLC

  • Jordi Labs Logo

Jordi Labs

Since 1980, Jordi Labs has helped clients across the world overcome unique analytical chemistry challenges by offering solutions for customers in any industry.

Shimadzu Scientific Instrument

The LIGHTNIRS functional near-infrared spectroscopy (fNIRS) system expands opportunities for brain imaging research by providing high-quality Blood Oxygen Level Dependent [...]

  • Hamilton Company

Hamilton Company

Hamilton Company specializes in the development, manufacturing and customization of precision measurement devices, automated liquid handling workstations, and sample management systems.

  • Amuza

Amuza Inc

Amuza Inc provides Microdialysis, Neurotransmitter Analysis (HPLC-ECD), Wireless Optogenetics, and Behavior Testing and Monitoring Systems. Formerly Eicom USA, Amuza Inc now provides and supports Eicom, O'Hara, and Teleopto neuroscience products.

Antec Scientific

For more than 25 years Antec has been the world's leading supplier of analyzers using HPLC with Electrochemical Detection.

  • Biochrom

Biochrom Ltd.

Biochrom is one of the world’s leading manufacturers of Amino Acid Analyzers, UV/Visible Spectrophotometers and Microplate Readers. The company was founded in 1970 to sell and eventually manufacture amino acid analyzers at St. Albans in the UK. In 1982 the now famous Ultrospec range of spectrophotometers were introduced and sold exclusively by Amersham Biosciences, now GE Healthcare.

  • Harvard Bioscience

Harvard Bioscience, Inc.

Harvard Bioscience is a global leader in the manufacturing and distribution of solutions to advance life science research. For over 110 years, we have served the changing needs of life scientists in over 100 countries. Our expanding portfolio of brands include instruments for organ and animal research, cell analysis, molecular biology, fluidics, and laboratory consumables.

Harvard Apparatus

Harvard Apparatus is known for their easy-to-use programmable syringe pumps, the PHD ULTRA and Elite touch screen series. Harvard Apparatus also developed the first volume controlled- and then pressure-controlled ventilators, pulsatile blood pumps, transducers, amplifiers, recorders, glassware and many other specialized bioscience research products.

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