Xenobiotic Detection Systems, Inc. Company Profile

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Xenobiotic Detection Systems (XDS) was started in 1995 by Drs. George C. Clark and Michael S. Denison. In 1997 XDS received major Research and Development funding from the National Institutes of Health. In 1998 XDS was awarded a patent for its proprietary CALUX® (Chemically-Activated LUciferase gene eXpression cell bioassay system) assay for dioixn-like chemicals.Further improvements have been made on this assay and now XDS offers the DIPS-CALUX® assay, which is the "Proven best bioassay available at this time."


1601 E. Geer Street - Suite S
1601 E. Geer Street - Suite S
North Carolina
United States of America


Phone: (919) 688-4804
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