Make endotoxin testing easier, compliant, and more sustainable
We believe in making complex measurements simple.
For years, endotoxin testing has required well-trained technicians to carefully prepare samples and standards for gel clot and 96-well plate-based assays. These analytical approaches are slow to prepare, prone to error and retests, and don’t meet the latest data integrity guidelines. And while these methods benefit from the sensitivity and specificity of Limulus amebocyte lysate (LAL) for the detection of endotoxins, there is a desire to decrease the use of LAL reagent. This is because LAL is created from the blood of horseshoe crabs, and we all want to conserve and optimize the use of this resource as much as possible.
Now, there’s an easier way to achieve compliant endotoxin testing and improve sustainability with a new compendial endotoxin assay using microfluidics. It simplifies test setup, decreases retest rates, fully complies with the latest data integrity guidelines, and reduces LAL usage by up to 90%.