Specialized Biologicals for Your Research

Specialized Biologicals for Your Research

Posted by Leanne Kodsmann on

With such a large product catalog that spans so many different product types and product applications, Innovative Research has been working on creating meaningful collections that group together related products.

With such a large catalog of available products, we've been working on creating meaningful, easy-to-use collections that group related products together. We want to make it easier than ever for you to find exactly what you need, right when you need it! Some of these recent collections include:

Pediatric Biospecimens
Collected from juvenile patients, our range of pediatric biologicals for in-vitro research use include standard blood products like whole blood, plasma, and serum as well as other frequently-requested biomaterials like fecal matter/stool samples, urine, and saliva.

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Specialized Animal Products
In addition to our standard animal products , we offer a line of whole blood and blood-derived products, as well as proteins, enzymes, and antibodies, from more specialized sources - including alligator, donkey, emu, goose, llama, salmon, snake, and trout, among others. 

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    Innovative Research was established in 1998 after the realization that dependable, high-quality, and affordable research materials were hard to come by. Starting with core products like human plasma and serum, Innovative Research has grown to be a trusted supplier of all lab reagents, including human biologicals and ELISA kits. Today, we manufacture and supply thousands of high-quality human and animal biologicals including plasma, serum, tissues, and proteins.

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