Dynex Technologies

Address: 14340 Sullyfield Circle, Chantilly, Virginia 20151-1621, USA
Phone: +1-(703)-631-7800, 800-288-2354 | Fax: +1-(703)-803-1441 | Map/Directions >>

Profile: Dynex Technologies is a developer of automated workstations, laboratory instruments, and associated consumables that enable scientists & clinicians to make breakthrough discoveries. Our product list comprises of fully automated ELISA workstations, semi-automated absorbance, fluorescence, & luminescence readers, and microplate washers. Our DSX™ four-plate automated ELISA processing system performs the entire complement of analytical steps required for virtually ELISA immunoassays such as adding samples & reagents, washing, incubation, and absorbance detection. Our MLX luminometer delivers consistent results. It has glow endpoint, kinetic, flash, and dual-flash modes, up to three injectors, and the latest in Revelation™data-reduction software. It is ideal for a variety of reaction chemistry types that include applications ranging from environmental testing and food safety to infectious disease, allergy, hormone, & immunoassays.

The company was founded in 1952, has revenues of USD 50-100 Million, has ~50 employees.

FDA Registration Number: 1117676

23 Products/Services (Click for related suppliers)  
• Automated Microplate Washer
• Automated Plate Processor
• Catecholamines Chromatographic/Fluorometric Method Test (FDA Code: CHQ / 862.1165)
A catecholamines (total) test system is a device intended to determine whether a group of similar compounds (epinephrine, norepinephrine, and dopamine) are present in urine and plasma. Catecholamine determinations are used in the diagnosis and treatment of adrenal medulla and hypertensive disorders, and for catecholamine-secreting tumors (pheochromo-cytoma, neuroblastoma, ganglioneuroma, and retinoblastoma).
• Clinical Colorimeter (FDA Code: JJQ / 862.2300)
A colorimeter, a photometer, or a spectrophotometer for clinical use is an instrument intended to measure radiant energy emitted, transmitted, absorbed, or reflected under controlled conditions. The device may include a monochromator to produce light of a specific wavelength.
• Clinical Enzyme Analyzer (FDA Code: JJI / 862.2500)
An enzyme analyzer for clinical use is a device intended to measure enzymes in plasma or serum by nonkinetic or kinetic measurement of enzyme-catalyzed reactions. This device is used in conjunction with certain materials to measure a variety of enzymes as an aid in the diagnosis and treatment of certain enzyme-related disorders.
• Clinical Laboratory Mixer
• ELISA Chemistry Analyzer
• ELISA Processing System
• Fluorometers (FDA Code: JZT / 866.4520)
Immunofluorometer equipment for clinical use with its electrical power supply is a device used to measure the fluorescence of fluorochrome-labeled antigen-antibody complexes. The concentration of these complexes may be measured by means of reflected light. A beam of light is passed through a solution in which a fluorochrome has been selectively attached to serum protein antibody molecules in suspension. The amount of light emitted by the fluorochrome label is detected by a photodetector, which converts light energy into electrical energy. The amount of electrical energy registers on a readout system such as a digital voltmeter or a recording chart. This electrical readout is called the fluorescence value and is used to measure the concentration of antigen-antibody complexes.
• Fully Automated Microplate Strip Washer
• Labeled Medical Laboratory Equipment (FDA Code: LXG / 862.2050)
General purpose laboratory equipment labeled or promoted for a specific medical use is a device that is intended to prepare or examine specimens from the human body and that is labeled or promoted for a specific medical use.
• Lead Atomic Absorption Test (FDA Code: DOF / 862.3550)
A lead test system is a device intended to measure lead, a heavy metal, in blood and urine. Measurements obtained by this device are used in the diagnosis and treatment of lead poisoning.
• Liquid Chromatography Electrochemical Detector Test (FDA Code: LEQ / 862.2260)
A high pressure liquid chromatography system for clinical use is a device intended to separate one or more drugs or compounds from a solution by processing the mixture of compounds (solutes) through a column packed with materials of uniform size (stationary phase) under the influence of a high pressure liquid (mobile phase). Separation of the solutes occurs either by absorption, sieving, partition, or selective affinity.
• Microplate Automatic Washer
• Microplate Luminometer
• Microplate Photometer
• microplate reader
• Microplate Spectrophotometer
• Microplate Washer Accessories
• Microplate Washers
• Microtiter Diluting/Dispensing Device (FDA Code: JTC / 866.2500)
A microtiter diluting and dispensing device is a mechanical device intended for medical purposes to dispense or serially dilute very small quantities of biological or chemical reagents for use in various diagnostic procedures.
• Pipetting and Diluting Station (FDA Code: JQW / 862.2750)
A pipetting and diluting system for clinical use is a device intended to provide an accurately measured volume of liquid at a specified temperature for use in certain test procedures. This generic type of device system includes serial, manual, automated, and semi-automated dilutors, pipettors, dispensers, and pipetting stations.
• Vitamin D Test System (FDA Code: MRG / 862.1825)
A vitamin D test system is a device intended for use in clinical laboratories for the quantitative determination of 25-hydroxyvitamin D (25-OH-D) and other hydroxylated metabolites of vitamin D in serum or plasma to be used in the assessment of vitamin D sufficiency.

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