KansasBio – A unified voice for the Kansas bioscience community:

  • Representing the bioscience research to commercialization process;
  • Accelerating the growth of the human, animal, plant and industrial biosciences;
  • Enhancing the state’s bioscience business and research climate; and
  • Attracting and retaining bioscience talent and companies.

KansasBio Names Angela Kreps as First President

KansasBio selected Kreps from a nation-wide candidate pool of several hundred prospects and nominees. News Release

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The founding board of directors for the Kansas Bioscience Organization formally announces the launch of the organization and invites you to join them by becoming a member of KansasBio.


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Dog ELISA Testing – Best Test For Canines

Enzyme Linked Immunosorbent Assay kits are used in both plant and medicine pathology. ELISA testing can be done on a multitude of different animals including geese, pigeons and cats to name a few. One of the more common reasons for using this particular test is when dealing with canines when looking for a particular antigen. One of the best companies for ELISA tests is a business called MyBioSource. Here is a quick overview of this company, the products that they sell, and why you should consider using their dog ELISA testing kits over all others available today.

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These Elisa kits are used in order to find what are called antigens, a molecule that is able to bind with certain receptors in a body. These kits are necessary because antigens are not able to induce what is called an immune response, a molecule that is able to bind with very specific antibodies. These kits are essentially wet labs, and as long as you are able to identify one specific antibody, that will bind with a specific antigen, you can determine if they are there. Once you are able to find this analyte, the analysis that needs to be performed can be completed. Read more