BioreclamationIVT is now BioIVT

YOUR PARTNER IN ELEVATING SCIENCE

BioIVT, formerly BioreclamationIVT, is a leading global provider of high-quality biological specimens and value-added services. We specialize in control and disease state samples including human and animal tissues, cell products, blood and other biofluids. Our unmatched portfolio of clinical specimens directly supports precision medicine research and the effort to improve patient outcomes by coupling comprehensive clinical data with donor samples. 

Our PHASEZERO Research Services team works collaboratively with clients to provide target and biomarker validation, phenotypic assays to characterize novel therapeutics, clinical assay development and in vitro hepatic modeling solutions. And as the world’s premier supplier of ADME-Tox model systems, including hepatocytes and subcellular fractions, BioIVT enables scientists to better understand the pharmacokinetics and drug metabolism of newly discovered compounds and the effects on disease processes. By combining our technical expertise, exceptional customer service, and unparalleled access to biological specimens, BioIVT serves the research community as a trusted partner in ELEVATING SCIENCE.

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BioIVT is a worldwide provider of human and animal biological specimens and value-added services to pharmaceutical, biotechnology, diagnostic, contract research organizations (CRO),  academic and government institutions.

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FROM THE BLOG

For the Rapid Route to Quantitative Gene Expression Data, Take the XPRESSWAY™

By Paul Murdock, Ph.D. / April 11, 2018

It has been said that gene expression researchers measure messenger RNA (mRNA) because they can and not because they want to.  Somewhat controversial perhaps, but the thought behind this is that measuring specific proteins and particularly functionally-active protein is all-important.  However, the reality is that measuring functional protein activity requires a bespoke assay while measuring… Read more »

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