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Test Request 17-00446
Molecular Biology / Bioanalytical Laboratory needed for up to three university-based experiments involving human cell lines:
Experiment #1: Test up to 5 human cell lines (i.e. liver, kidney, etc...). Formalinize these cell lines in order to have a bank ready to be used. Then culture peripheral blood stem cells,apply the different formalin treated cells into the growth media, and determine what occurs. I am looking to determine if differentiation is stimulated toward the cell lines that were added. Is there inhibition or is there no reaction?
Experiment #2: Culture peripheral stem cells, add various growth factors (ex. neupogen), and determine if cell expansion is stimulated
Experiment #3: Growth of autologous stem cells on an autologous feeder layer (cells and feeder layer from the same patient). Looking to find what numbers of cells are achieved in a set time frame.
Test Request 17-01839
URGENT Packaging Laboratory needed for testing product's packaging to ensure it adhere's to North American Child resistant packaging standards. (i) Canadian Standards Association Standard CAN/CSA-Z76.1-M90, entitled Recloseable Child-Resistant Packages, published January 1990, as amended from time to time,
(ii) European Standard EN 28317:1992, entitled Child-resistant packaging. Requirements and testing procedures for reclosable packages, as adopted by the European Committee for Standardization on October 30, 1992, recognized by the British Standards Institution, and effective February 15, 1993 and by the Association française de normalisation, and effective December 20, 1992, and which reiterates fully the international standard ISO 8317:1989, as amended from time to time, and
(iii) Code of Federal Regulations (United States), Tit