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BugLab LLC

3350 Clayton Road, Suite 220
Concord, 94519
United States of America, California

Phone: 925-208-1952
Fax: 925-208-1917

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BugLab LLC, formed in 2003, develops and manufactures bioanalytical instrumentation.

The BE2100 is a non-invasive, continuous biomass monitor that is specifically designed for laboratory-scale fermentation. The BE2100 easily attaches to the outside of a wide array of different fermentor types — from glass cylinders to stainless steel vessels with glass viewing ports. Using an array of infrared lasers and detectors, the BE2100 reads biomass over an ultra-wide linear range. Collecting this data in real-time is a snap with BE2100 software.

BugLab has recently launched the OD Scanner, a hand-held point and shoot instrument that measures biomass in shake flasks within seconds. No fluid handling is required; the measurement in completely non-invasive.  Dry cell weight between 0.05 and 10 g/L can be measured accurately, independent of shake flask type.  Measurements are inititiated simply by pressing the scanner against the side of the vessel to be measured. 

BugLab also develops custom bio-analytical instrumentation with areas particular expertise in optical sensing methods including diffuse reflectance, fluorescence, absorbance, and Raman spectroscopy.

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Last update of this entry: December 05, 2011

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