Navigation Links
Pressure BioSciences, Inc. Announces CE Mark Approval and Compliance with the IEC 61010-1 Standard for a Second PCT-based Instrument, the Barocycler NEP2320
Date:9/5/2007

About the Barocycler NEP2320

The NEP2320 offers a similar "look and feel" to the NEP3229, but has a system weight of approximately 75 verses 350 pounds, and processes one sample at a time, verses three for the NEP3229. Originally designed to be a demonstration unit for the larger NEP3229, the Company's market research suggested that there may be a niche in genomics and proteomics research laboratories for a Barocycler instrument with a lower sample throughput and a lower price, but with many of the technical capabilities of the higher throughput Barocycler NEP3229. Increasing European interest in PCT and the PCT SPS over the past several months has helped confirm the Company's initial market research findings.

About CE Mark and IEC 61010-1 Compliance

The CE Mark is a mandatory European marking for certain products to indicate conformity with the essential health, safety, and environmental requirements detailed in European Directives. With the approval to CE Mark its Barocycler NEP2320, Pressure BioSciences (PBI) can now market this instrument to all countries within the European Union, as well as to countries in other parts of the world that accept the CE Mark.

The CB Scheme is an international program for the exchange and acceptance of product safety test results among participating laboratories and certification organizations. The CB Scheme process offers mutual recognition of test results among participating countries, normally without the need for additional testing. The issuance of the CB Scheme Test Certificate and Report, indicating that the Barocycler NEP2320 has met the requirements of the IEC 61010-1 international standard, is another important step in PBI's efforts to commercialize and market the Barocycler NEP2320 to a number of countries worldwide, including some that do not accept the CE Mark.

About Pressure BioSciences, Inc.

Pressure BioSciences, Inc. (PBI) is a publicly traded company focused on the development
'/>"/>

SOURCE Pressure BioSciences, Inc.
Copyright©2007 PR Newswire.
All rights reserved

Page: 1 2 3 4

Related biology technology :

1. The Analysis of Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons (PAHs) by LC/MS/MS Using an Atmospheric Pressure Photoionization Source
2. Determination of N-nitrosamines in Baby Bottle Rubber Teats by Liquid Chromatography-Atmospheric Pressure Chemical Ionization Mass Spectrometry
3. Screening of Corticosteroids in Urine by Negative Atmospheric Pressure Chemical Ionization LC/MS/MS
4. Medical College receives $11 million grant to study high blood pressure
5. Pressure mounts for Doyle to repeal shareholder liability law
6. Probe into gas gouging may educate Americans about pressures on oil supply
7. SWIB gets more pressure to invest in state tech start-ups
8. Technology puts pressure on old education methods
9. Speaker announces business members of IT Task Force
10. Doyle announces technology tax credits for Berbee
11. Doyle announces new energy, global warming policies
Post Your Comments:
*Name:
*Comment:
*Email:
(Date:9/2/2015)... Axovant Sciences Ltd. (NYSE:  AXON), a leading clinical-stage ... upcoming presentations at three investor conferences: , Wednesday, ... Conference in New York at the ... 2:00 PM at the BioCentury NewsMakers Conference in ... Conference Center , Thursday, September 17 at 9:30 AM ...
(Date:9/2/2015)... Research and Markets ... Jain PharmaBiotech,s new report "DNA Sequencing - ... This report briefly reviews basics of ... their applications. Current large and small sequencers are ... applications of sequencing are described including those for ...
(Date:9/2/2015)... Sep. 02, 2015 ... the addition of Jain PharmaBiotech,s new report ... their offering. This report follows the ... that can be objectively measured and evaluated as ... as well as pharmacological responses to a therapeutic ...
(Date:9/2/2015)... 2, 2015 Biovista Inc. is ... the 2015 BeHEARD science challenge, a global competition hosted ... researchers, access to the latest life science innovations and ... and pathway analytics capability to support Steven Laffoon ... the study of Niemann-Pick Disease Type A (NPA), a ...
Breaking Biology Technology:Axovant Sciences To Present At Upcoming Investor Conferences 2Axovant Sciences To Present At Upcoming Investor Conferences 3Global DNA Sequencing Technologies Report 2015: Profiles of 130 Companies Involved in Sequencing and their 140 Collaborations 2Updated 2015 Biomarkers Report - Latest Technologies, Markets and Companies Insights to 2024 with over 1,000 References 2Updated 2015 Biomarkers Report - Latest Technologies, Markets and Companies Insights to 2024 with over 1,000 References 3Biovista Sponsors Wylder Nation Foundation's Research on Acid Sphingomyelinase Deficiency 2
... 2012 ValGenesis, Inc., a world-class provider of ... its innovative ValGenesis Suite 2.5 has achieved SAP ... platform. Attaining this certified integration status deepens ValGenesis, ... The SAP Integration and Certification Center (SAP ...
... 2012  VolitionRX Limited (VNRX.OB), a life sciences company focused ... with Abcodia, a specialist company spun out from University ... to Abcodia,s biobank of over 5,000,000 human serum samples ... The samples, which were collected by scientists at UCL, ...
... ago, MIT professors Robert Langer and Michael Cima had ... that would deliver drugs after implantation in a patient,s ... MicroCHIPS Inc. reported that they have successfully used such ... drug normally given by injection. The results, published ...
Cached Biology Technology:ValGenesis Suite 2.5 Certified by SAP as Powered by SAP NetWeaver® 2ValGenesis Suite 2.5 Certified by SAP as Powered by SAP NetWeaver® 3Volition Signs Collaboration Agreement With Abcodia 2Volition Signs Collaboration Agreement With Abcodia 3Successful human tests for first wirelessly controlled drug-delivery chip 2Successful human tests for first wirelessly controlled drug-delivery chip 3
(Date:8/20/2015)... , Aug. 20, 2015 The wearable ... that are active and healthy. However, wearable technology ... hospital environment to help improve diagnostic capabilities and ... from the Wearable Technologies Conference 2015 , ... applications for wearables in healthcare.    ...
(Date:8/18/2015)... PRINCETON, N.J. , Aug. 18, 2015 ... be a key contributor to the Submission ... hosted by IRISS, a non-profit forum. Dedicated to ... IRISS provides a neutral platform for industry, ... to share information and work towards a ...
(Date:8/12/2015)... SPRINGS, Florida , August 12, 2015 ... the pace of mobile payment innovation and advanced biometrics ... to replace the way consumers rely on using their ... ahead with reinventing the future for payment services led ... (NASDAQ: NXTD ), :  Google, Inc. (NASDAQ: ...
Breaking Biology News(10 mins):Leaf Healthcare Releases Video from Wearable Technology Conference on New Applications for Wearables in the Hospital Environment 2Leaf Healthcare Releases Video from Wearable Technology Conference on New Applications for Wearables in the Hospital Environment 3Navitas, a Key Contributor in IRISS Forum Webinar 2Navitas, a Key Contributor in IRISS Forum Webinar 3Digital Wallet Devices & Mobile Payment Management Services Gain a Distinct Advantage in the Digital Payment Evolution as Demand Continues to Grow 2Digital Wallet Devices & Mobile Payment Management Services Gain a Distinct Advantage in the Digital Payment Evolution as Demand Continues to Grow 3Digital Wallet Devices & Mobile Payment Management Services Gain a Distinct Advantage in the Digital Payment Evolution as Demand Continues to Grow 4Digital Wallet Devices & Mobile Payment Management Services Gain a Distinct Advantage in the Digital Payment Evolution as Demand Continues to Grow 5Digital Wallet Devices & Mobile Payment Management Services Gain a Distinct Advantage in the Digital Payment Evolution as Demand Continues to Grow 6
... WASHINGTON A recently published paper by two George Washington University ... habitually barefoot people in Kenya due to speed and other ... ground. These results are counter to the belief that barefoot ... a Ph.D. student in the Hominid Paleobiology doctoral program at ...
... Fellow Anne Ruffing has engineered two strains of cyanobacteria ... fuels, but she has also found that the process ... might be one way to reduce the nation,s dependence ... they are powered by sunlight. They also could reduce ...
... nearly a century ago changed diabetes from a death ... that includes researchers from Case Western Reserve University School ... dramatic improvements in the lives of people managing diabetes. ... interacts with cells, the international group of scientists finally ...
Cached Biology News:GW researchers find variation in foot strike patterns in predominantly barefoot runners 2Engineering alternative fuel with cyanobacteria 2Engineering alternative fuel with cyanobacteria 3After decades of research, scientists unlock how insulin interacts with cells 2After decades of research, scientists unlock how insulin interacts with cells 3
Troponin I (22B11)...
Microlite 1+ 1x12 Strip assembled, flat bottom; the ideal vessel for low signal luminescent reactions, offering medium binding with enhanced dynamic range, extra high reflectivity and minimal cross t...
Immulon 4 HBX 1x12 Strip, flat bottom; high binding extra surface with special resin and irradiation, offers maximum protein uptake....
... 0-10 psi precision pressure regulator and pressurized syringe ... Faster liquid-switching Steady flow rate Microinjecting ... Can be added to any new ... any third-party manufacturer, even homemade. Connect to house ...
Biology Products: