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Are You Struggling to Preserve Your Biological Material?

 We were excited to launch our new line of Preservation Products in Boston.  A sincere thank you to everyone who visited our exhibit from around the globe.   Need help preserving your biological material?  Our Preservation Products can help.  Is your ultra low Read More...

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Do you struggle to preserve your biological materials?

Oxyrase® Preservation Products utilize the unique benefits of the Oxyrase® technology for an innovative approach to storage and preservation. Depending on your specific storage conditions, equipment, experiment or facility, we offer products designed to store an Read More...

Have the holidays screwed up your microbiome?

  Are you struggling to grow anaerobes, preserve biological material or control oxygen levels in your process?  We can help!Resolve to upgrade your anaerobe recovery in 2017 or facing a CAP Anaerobe Corrective Action?  Our OxyPRAS® Plus Plates increase recovery of i Read More...

Microbiome or Yours?

 Microbiome work.  Everybody's doing it, but it's not easy.  Learn how Oxyrase, Inc. products make microbiota projects less challenging.Not all microorganisms found in any microbiome are anaerobes, but many are.  Take for instance, the human gut:  one of the hottest fields f Read More...

2017 March Exhibitions

 Spring 2017 Participate in March Meeting Madness!  In March 2017, Oxyrase, Inc. will attend:Spring SCACM meeting in Indianapolis, IN (March 23 - 25, 2017)Ohio State Engineering in Healthcare Symposium in Columbus, OH (March 24, 2017)           Oxyra Read More...

Quantitative Recovery in a Standard Freezer? Genius!

 We're offering a new revolutionary product designed to preserve and protect your biological material.  The Oxyrase® Enzyme System provides a stable, reduced environment ideal for preservation.OxyStasis­™ eliminates cell damage during the freeze-thaw process because it never Read More...

Preservation Products

    There is a growing need to preserve and store biological specimens. Traditionally, this is accomplished by simple means, depending upon the characteristics and properties of the material being stored. Temperature is a key parameter for storing cells and tissues but typically storag Read More...


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