Serim Research Corp.

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Contact: Gary Koski - Sales/Marketing Manager
Web: http://www.serim.com
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Address: P.O. Box 4002, 3506 Reedy Drive, Elkhart, Indiana 46514-0002, USA
Phone: +1-(574)-264-3440, 542-4670 | Fax: +1-(574)-266-6222 | Map/Directions >>
 
 

Profile: Serim Research Corp. develops & markets test strips based on our dry reagent technology. We are an ISO 9001 and ISO 13485 certified company. Technology created and developed at our facility includes colorimetric chemistries, reagent/membrane impregnation, and test strip fabrication. All Serim test strips are based on dry reagent technology whereby the reagents necessary for analysis are combined in indicator pads. Serim test strips replace complex and cumbersome, multi-step wet chemistry colorimetric assays. Serim test strips provide the advantages of being able to analyze samples at the source (point-of-use), using a simple procedure that can be performed with little or no special equipment, and avoids the inconvenience of storing, handling, and mixing liquid reagents.

FDA Registration Number: 1833387

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