Smithers announced that it has augmented its capabilities for pharmacokinetics (PK), immunogenicity, and biomarker testing through the addition of the Gyros Gyrolab™ xPS workstation. The new Gyrolab xPS allows the company to automate nanoliter-scale immunoassays to support both pre-clinical and clinical studies.
“As our clients continue to turn to us for our expertise in evaluating and validating PK and biomarker assays, it’s important that we look for processes and instrumentation that will help us deliver results in the most efficient manner possible,” said Ira DuBey, Executive Vice President, Bioanalytical Services Division, Smithers. “The Gyrolab xPS instrument automates immunoassays, decreasing time to result and streamlining workflow.”
Smithers has broad experience in the development and validation of PK, immunogenicity and biomarker assays supporting both pre-clinical and clinical studies. The addition of the Gyrolab xPS complements Smithers analytical testing offerings utilizing standard ELISA and MSD technologies in addition to the Singulex® platform for high sensitivity PK and biomarker assay needs. All analytical platforms are interfaced to the Watson LIMS™ and are fully validated in a GLP environment. Smithers is a GLP and CLIA laboratory.
About Gyrolab xPS
Using proven microfluidic technology, Gyrolab xPS optimizes immunoassay development, enabling faster assay development, validation and high-throughput analyses in less time than with manual ELISA or semi-automated methods. Gyros’ technology delivers high-quality data with broad dynamic ranges and excellent reproducibility while dramatically reducing sample and reagent consumption. Gyrolab systems use precise, automated control of centrifugal and capillary forces to steer liquid flow through nanoliter-scale microfluidic structures contained within Gyrolab CDs, automating the assay workflow.