BioScience Laboratories has twenty three years of experience in conducting clinical & in-vitro studies on antimicrobial products used in food service, healthcare, and janitorial sanitation settings, as well as antimicrobial products used by the general consumer.
Minimum Inhibitory Concentration (MIC) and Minimum Bactericidal Concentration (MBC) testing define a test material's potency in terms of the concentration at which it will inh...Learn More
Time-Kill In Vitro assay tests are referred to as “suspension tests” because a measured volume of the suspension of challenge bacteria or fungi is transferred into a liquid te...Learn More
This diffusion test is used to evaluate the static/cidal activity of water-soluble, leachable antimicrobial formulations that will diffuse into an nutrient agar medium. Select...Learn More
Antimicrobial Effectiveness Tests, or Preservative Effectiveness Tests, are performed to determine the efficacy of the antimicrobial preservatives added to many pharmaceutical...Learn More
Efficacy studies are used to validate your products intended purpose, substantiate claims and/or to gain an edge on your competition. Because labeling is regulated by the FDA,...Learn More
Injection sites are a common source of nosocomial infections. Proper pre-treatment and prophylaxis of these sites are important to reducing healthcare costs and improving pati...Learn More