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Alternatives to clinical studies from Perfectus Biomed

Alternatives to clinical studies from Perfectus Biomed

An estimated 80% of non-COVID-19 clinical trials were stopped or interrupted due to the global pandemic according to Aaron von Dorn writing in The Lancet in August 20201. What are your options when this happens?
Lockdown has highlighted the vulnerabilities in clinical...

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And the winner of the Bionow Technical Service Award is…

And the winner of the Bionow Technical Service Award is…

We are very excited to announce that Perfectus Biomed are the winners of the 2020 Bionow Technical Service Award.
The night’s ‘virtual’ celebrations were hosted by Bionow, however we still indulged in the excuse to dress up and have a glass of fizz. A brilliant...

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Perfectus Biomed Shortlisted for Technical Service Award

Perfectus Biomed Shortlisted for Technical Service Award

We’ve been shortlisted!
This time of year signals ‘awards season’ is about to get underway and Perfectus Biomed are very excited to announce that they have made it to the shortlist for the Bionow Award for Technical Service.
Bionow explain “Showcasing the best of...

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Collaboration in Isolation

Collaboration in Isolation

Merging two companies is always a daunting task but doing it successfully, smoothly and across two continents in some of the strangest times in a generation is nothing short of remarkable. On the 2nd June that’s exactly what Perfectus Biomed and Extherid...

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Perfectus Biomed elevate method testing beyond the ‘standard’

Perfectus Biomed elevate method testing beyond the ‘standard’

Perfectus Biomed are delighted to announce that they have once again expanded their range of UKAS accredited test methods. In addition to their accredited biofilm methods, the latest Extension to Scope to ISO 17025 sees a remarkable achievement to accredit an Ex-vivo Porcine Lung Tissue Model. Ordinarily ISO 17025 is applied to current standard methods, typically carried out in suspension or on abiotic surfaces. Accrediting reproducible and reliable tissue based models is pivotal in creating models that represent complex ‘real world’ conditions and therefore in developing safe and effective treatments and therapies.

In contrast EN 1276 is a straightforward, widely used biocide testing standard. Accrediting the ‘everyday’ standards and methods to ISO 17025 offers customers an extra level of confidence and affirms credibility.

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NBIC Launch #BiofilmAware Campaign

NBIC Launch #BiofilmAware Campaign

Perfectus Biomed are excited to support The National Biofilms Innovation
Centre (NBIC) as they launch their biofilm awareness campaign, #BiofilmAware,
which will run over the next 12 months.

Biofilms are well known to a number of research...

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