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  • Biochip Vs ELISA

    Randox Toxicology’s latest series, Biochip Vs ELISA highlights our routine and novelELISA products and how they differ from Biochip Array Technology. Showcasing our journey and ongoing brand evolution, discover which method is right for you!
  • DUID

    Driving under the influence of drugs has become increasingly more prevalent than drink driving!

    Driving Under the Influence of Drugs has become increasingly more prevalent than drink driving, which has resulted in various drug driving laws being put in place across the globe. In 2011, 13 European
  • Opioids

    America’s Opioid Crisis Continues

    A recent report by The Washington Post uncovered that methamphetamine and heroinseizures on the Mexican border have surged in addition to a spike in cocaine usage. As a result of the opioid epidemic America has now exceeded a record
  • 2nd Feb - MEDLAB

    Visit us at MedLab Middle East

    Talk to us at MedLab Middle East to learn about our cutting-edge multiplex testing capabilities. Our Biochip Array Technology provides rapid and accurate drug detection of a wide range of analytes from a single sample. The
  • ELISA Plate

    Our Exclusive ELISA Solutions

    Enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay, or ELISA, has been utilised as a screening tool for some time. The immunoassay technique is a popular choice for the evaluation of various research and diagnostic targets including drugs of
  • Medicon

    Forensic Medicon

    The drug problem in India continues to grow, following headlines that India is now the global illegal drug hub for new psychoactive substances. Randox Toxicology’s cutting-edge multiplex testing capabilities provide rapid and accurate drug
  • MDMA

    The Effect of Drug Deliveries and MDMA

    A recent report by the Independent discussed how buying drugs has become as easy as buying ice cream. The report comes after experts named London as a city where cocaine is now delivered faster than pizza.
  • Cocaine

    Cocaine on the Rise

    Newly emerged figures from Public Health England have documented that the UK’s current approach to drug treatment has failed to reduce drug related deaths. With UK drug abuse now at an all-time

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