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Building a COVID-19 testing lab?  What do you need?  We can help As we enter a second wave of the pandemic, COVID-19 testing is expected to increase by more than 300% in the next 6 months.  Current test facilities are straining against the sample load.  Increased testing demands require new and expanded testing facilities.  The race is on to provide adequate capacity to support the new CDC testing guidelines. Currently there are two types of diagnostic tests for COVID-19:  Molecular tests like RT-PCR tests which detect the virus’s RNA and antigen tests which detect proteins that the body’s white blood...

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It is very practical for companies or businesses making use of flammable liquids to look for safe ways of storing such liquids so that everything and everyone can be kept away from the dangers that these liquids pose. To keep them from causing harm, there are some ways you can explore. One of the most practical and best way is to keep these highly dangerous liquids in a flammable storage cabinet. While these cabinets are great for storing flammable liquids, people often want to know when these cabinets should be used or are required. Well, there is no precise answer...

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Buying lab equipment for your laboratory can be overwhelming, especially if it’s your first time. You will need to carefully weigh your needs and pay painstaking attention to the equipment’s application and cost before finalizing a purchase. And even after you have decided to buy a piece of equipment that meets your specific needs, you may struggle to find a reliable laboratory equipment supplier. But with a few things in mind, you can get past that and get quality equipment without burning a hole in your pocket. Here is how you can choose the right lab equipment supplier in Ohio:...

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Visit any chemical or bioresearch lab, and the chances are that you will find its furniture and fume hoods corroded. You may think of it as a natural consequence of lab work — use of chemicals & reagents, long hours of testing, and many others. However, you may be surprised to know that it's also a common scenario in newly-setup laboratories where lab work is limited.

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Drug Research and Development laboratories although do revolutionary work in their settings, it is also important to note that such labs call for high energy needs, one-time-use products, and constant chemical consumption. All of this can have a negative impact on the environment but if we follow proper laboratory practices, we can certainly reduce this impact significantly.

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