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Sensors Monitors & Transducers -> Sensors & Detectors -> Biological Sensors

Biological Sensors

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Hemodynamic Monitoring Sensor System is minimally invasive.

ICU Medical, Inc.    San Clemente, CA 92673
Jan 21, 2013 Used with existing arterial catheter and connected to Edwards Lifesciences Vigileo® monitor, CardioFlo™ provides accurate, reliable hemodynamic monitoring data. System facilitates real-time assessment of hemodynamic and cardiovascular status, helping guide clinical decision-making and effective management of critically ill patients. In clinical testing, agreement between hemodynamic data provided by Edwards Lifesciences FloTrac and the ICU Medical CardioFlo sensor systems was within 1%.

SPR Instrument is optimized for usability, sensitivity.

BiOptix    Boulder, CO 80301
Sep 20, 2012 Combining sensitivity of Surface Plasmon Resonance (SPR) with stability and lower noise of common path interferometry, 404pi Enhanced SPR (ESPR) instrument features 4 injector/4 flow cell design that maximizes throughput and automated fluidic system that accelerates kinetic measurements. Designed to facilitate operation, product supports multiple surface chemistries and features compatibility with industry-standard Scrubber 2 software.

Multichannel Acoustic Biosensor has adapable microfluidic routing.

Multichannel Acoustic Biosensor has adapable microfluidic routing.

SAW instruments GmbH    Bonn D-53177  Germany
Dec 09, 2011 Able to expand capabilities for studying real-time kinetics on surfaces of live mammalian cells, sam®X sensor uses surface acoustic wave technology and does not require any fluorescent labeling. Each of 8 channels can be utilized independently (8 x 1) or via sequential combinations of 4 x 2, 2 x 4, or 1 x 8 channels to optimize workflow; discrete or common reagents can be delivered to particular sensor chip positions. Analysis takes place in minutes.

Biosensor System captures real-time kinetics data.

Biosensor System captures real-time kinetics data.

SAW instruments GmbH    Bonn D-53177  Germany
Dec 05, 2011 Optimizing mammalian cell-based binding assay workflow, sam®X provides 8 channels, each addressable by fluidics individually or in combinations, facilitating on-chip immobilization at each sensor position. System can be used with unfixed cells in suspension, which are injected afresh for each measurement, or adherent cells grown directly on sensor chips themselves. Completing assays in minutes, sam®X enables accurate real-time kinetics data to be captured.

Acoustic Biosensor offers 8 channels and adaptable routing.

Acoustic Biosensor offers 8 channels and adaptable routing.

SAW instruments GmbH    Bonn D-53177  Germany
Sep 29, 2011 Featuring 2 sensor chips to aid parallel processing of samples, sam®X uses Surface Acoustic Wave technology to detect mass binding and protein conformational changes on whole cells in real time. It does not require complex labeling methods and can be used to investigate living cells. Using fluidics, each channel can by utilized independently or via sequential combinations of 4 x 2, 2 x 4, or 1 x 8 channels. Different ligands can be immobilized online at each chip position automatically.

Optical Biosensors  detect pH, CO2, and O2.

Optical Biosensors detect pH, CO2, and O2.

Harvard Apparatus, Inc.    Holliston, MA 01746 1371
Sep 12, 2011 Fluorescence-based Optical Biosensors measure typical blood gas parameters in tissue engineering, organ perfusion, and general physiology applications. Units are inherently self-referencing, eliminating potential for measurement error arising from changes in sample properties over duration of experiment. Shipped pre-calibrated, USP Class VI-certified sensors are completely sterilizable and require no electrolytes, membrane chanes, or pre-polarization of electrode amplifier.

Biosensor System detects E. coli and Enterococcus faecalis.

Sporian Microsystems, Inc.    Lafayette, CO 80026
Jul 25, 2011 Based on BioOverseer® sensor architecture, which provides specific pathogen detection in portable package, In-Line Biosensor System can work in concert with water purification and testing systems. Unit runs autonomously and has LEDs to indicate pathogen concentration. USB interface allows for system configuration, and, by attaching PC or netbook, logging of sensor data for trend analysis. With modular architecture, sensor can utilize other assays to detect additional pathogens.

Biosensor Instrument utilizes surface acoustic wave technology.

Biosensor Instrument utilizes surface acoustic wave technology.

SAW instruments GmbH    Bonn D-53177  Germany
Oct 12, 2010 Utilizing SAW technology, sam5 provides label-free detection of real-time binding and structural events. Bimodal measurement technique enables instrument to measure conformational changes in membranes and vesicles, as well as traditional cellular samples. In addition, sensor chips integrate 5 independent sensor elements for simultaneous analysis of different species or parameters and parallel references.

Security System aids in detection of harmful agents.

Icx Technologies Inc    Washington, DC 20005
Oct 09, 2007 Designed to monitor indoor environments for biological, chemical, and radiological material, SafeAir(TM) employs multidimensional network of sensors, devices, software, and services to detect and confirm biological threats in real-time. It utilizes widely distributed sensors that are located in most vulnerable building areas. Upon receiving unusual air signal, sensors send alert directly to monitoring personnel who investigate conditions and perform testing.

Detection System uses bionsensors to expand applications.

ForteBio, Inc.    Menlo Park, CA 94025
Dec 20, 2006 Providing analysis of molecular interactions, label-free Octet System uses biosensors for kinetic analysis and concentration determination for development of antibody and protein therapeutics. Amine Reactive Biosensors can be derivatized individually or in batch mode using standard coupling chemistry, maximizing throughput on Octet System. Suitable for upstream and downstream bioprocessing, Protein A Biosensors require minimal sample preparation and enable 96 determinations in 30 min.

System detects and identifies trace chemicals.

Sionex Corp.    Bedford, MA 01730
Oct 24, 2006 Sionex microAnalyzer(TM) OEM Sub-system is capable of finding trace chemicals in complex matrices down to parts per trillion (ppt) levels. System combines microDMx(TM) technology with miniaturized gas chromatographic module to provide pre-concentration, and separation without requiring any external gases. Intended for incorporation into OEM end-user products, product can be applied to process control and offers air, building, and environment monitoring.

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