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Drugs of Abuse Reagents – Toxicology Testing

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The necessity for drug screening is commonplace, as abuse of prescription and non-prescription drugs takes its grip globally and new drugs continually enter the market.

Randox Drugs of Abuse (DoA) assays together with the RX series analysers, quality control and EQA schemes, provide a comprehensive package for toxicology testing.

•    Ready to use liquid reagents
•    Compatibility with SciTeck® adulteration applications avoids tampered samples evading detection
•    Excellent performance against other clinical toxicology applications
•    Enzyme Immunoassay detection method for DoA ensures accuracy and specificity of the highest standard
•    RIQAS (EQA) Urine Toxicology Programme and internal quality controls available
•    Applications can be provided for use on other analysers

Drugs of Abuse Reagents

•    Amphetamines
•    Barbiturates
•    Benzodiazepines
•    Cocaine Metabolite
•    Cannabinoids
•    Ecstasy
•    Methadone
•    EDDP
•    Ethanol
•    Opiates

Product Drugs of Abuse Reagents – Toxicology Testing
Company Randox Laboratories
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Randox Laboratories
55 Diamond Road, Crumlin, Co. Antrim, United Kingdom, BT29 4QY

Tel: +44 (0) 28 9442 2413
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Email: marketing@randox.com



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