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Articles by Lori Daane

Lori Daane


Lori Daane is vice-president of Scientific Affairs, Celsis, Inc., 600 West Chicago Avenue, Suite 625, Chicago, IL 60610-2422. tel. 312.476.1200, fax 312.476.1201, ldaane@celsis.com

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Analytical Applications
October 1, 2010

Several industry experts describe applications in pharmaceutical applications, including on-line total organic carbon analysis, ultra-fast liquid chromatography, rapid microbial testing, and differential scanning calorimetry-Raman Spectroscopy.

Increase Speed to Market: Utilizing Enhanced ATP Bioluminescence for Rapid Microbial Detection
May 2, 2008

A new adenosine triphosphate bioluminesence technology allows manufacturers to detect the presence of microbial contamination within 24–48 hours rather than the 3–5 days required by traditional methods.

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