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Gentronix is passionate about innovation and service. We have developed world leading technology GreenScreen HC and BlueScreen HC to help you identify genotoxic hazard quickly and accurately whilst ensuring your safe compounds are not incorrectly labelled as toxic. We also provide a range of complementary assays and technology expertise that gives you comprehensive access to the information you need to be able to progress your compounds and projects quickly and cost effectively.
GreenScreen HC | BlueScreen HC | Ames MPF | OECD 471 Ames Bacterial Reversal Mutation test (Non-GLP) | GLP Ames | Microflow® Micronucleus Test | in vivo Micronucleus Test | OECD 487 in vitro Micronucleus test using Primary Human Lymphocytes (Non GLP) | GLP MNT | Apoptosis Suite | H2AX by flow cytometry | Flow cytometry Services | Comet assay | Predictive Toxicology
An Ames bacterial reverse mutation test is a core component of safety assessment testing batteries.
OECD Guideline 471 Ames bacterial reverse mutation screening assay (Non-GLP)
Same assay as GLP OECD 487, but omitting the formulation analysis and QA
GLP OECD Guideline 471 Ames bacterial reverse mutation screening assay
A bacterial reverse mutation test (often simply referred to as an ‘Ames test’) is…
MicroFlow® Micronucleus Test
The in vitro micronucleus test (FC-MNT) detects structural or numerical changes to chromosomes in cells.
Micronucleus Test – in vivo
Gentronix now offers the micronucleus testing of rodent blood samples using flow cytometry The…
Non GLP OECD 487 In vitro Micronucleus Test using Primary Human Lymphocytes Cells
The in vitro micronucleus test is used to detect chemicals which induce the formation of small…
GLP OECD Guideline 487 Micronucleus Test using Primary Human Lymphocytes
The in vitro micronucleus assay is used to detect chemicals which induce the formation…
H2AX by Flow Cytometry
Following the induction of DNA double-stranded breaks (caused by genotoxins, UV or ionizing radiation…
Flow Cytometry Services
Gentronix has a wealth of knowledge in flow cytometry for assay development and research challenges.
The in vitro alkaline comet assay (or single cell gel electrophoresis) can be used to detect DNA damage.