Founded in 1993, and known as a leader in the industry, Advion BioServices provides LC/MS/MS services to the pharmaceutical industry worldwide. Understanding the need for one dependable provider, Advion also offers sample management and storage, biomarker discovery analysis and P450 inhibition services. Additionally, they continue to evaluate other services that would benefit its clients.
The Ithaca, NY facilities house 21 triple quadrupoles, 2 ion traps, and 2 QToF mass spectrometers and Advion uses the Watson LIMS system for its bioanalytical and sample management services.
Serving the pharmaceutical, biopharmaceutical, animal health and agrochemical industries, Advion’s impressive client list includes 14 of the 16 largest pharmaceutical companies as well as many small and mid-sized companies. Advion’s reputation for delivering scientific excellence with unparalleled service makes them the bioanalytical partner of choice.
Advion is a premier bioanalytical service laboratory specializing in liquid chromatography – tandem mass spectrometry (LC/MS/MS). Our clients include 13 of the top 15 pharmaceutical companies.
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