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Diagnostics at the highest level

At Antech Diagnostics, equipment, computers, instruments and procedures are all designed to provide the latest technology available for accurate analysis of samples. Over 3000 square feet of laboratory and office space is dedicated to clinical pathology analysis. Hematology analysis is based on the industry standards using the Bayer Advia 120 Multispecies Hematology System. Clinical Chemistry is performed on the Olympus AU640e analyzer for minimum sample volume and accurate analysis. Immunoassays are performed using either DPC Immulite technology or manual RIA or EIA/ELISA technology as required by species-specific analysis. Electrophoresis assays are performed using the latest equipment from Helena. Urinalysis and coagulation testing are also provided using equipment designed to provide the best analysis possible for veterinary samples.

The latest technology is used to provide the turn around times required for your research and regulatory requirements. A validated computer system designed to meet the regulated requirements of both 21 CFR Part 58 and Part 11 is used to capture and report data. An on-site Quality Assurance provides the added reassurance of full GLP and regulatory compliance. Our goal is to provide both preliminary data for your evaluation and a final report within your time limits. Compliance with all regulations is a part of training and documentation processes. Access to knowledgeable staff and Antech clinical pathologists is available to partner for a successful study from protocol design to data interpretation. Antech can also offer histopathology to compliment the clinical pathology portions of your studies.

To set up an account, schedule a visit or study or inquire about additional tests:

David Brown
Laboratory Director
(919) 277-0822 Office
(919) 630-0874 Cell
(919) 277-0825 Fax

Susan M. St. Clair
Senior Director Business Development
(253) 277-0811 Office
(253) 204-1495 Cell


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