Cyanobacteria Toxin Testing

  • Cyanobacteria Toxin Testing

WHAT WILL I LEARN?

The process of assessing the potential danger of cyanobacteria in a water body includes several steps. Step 4 focuses on the detection of cyanobacterial toxins.

 

Step 1 | Bloom Detection  Step 2 | Field Sampling  Step 3 | Identification  Step 4 | Toxin Testing

 Basics

  Step 4| Cyanotoxin Testing  

Labs that test for toxin and cyanobacteria related services

CyanoPros
Dr. Alan Wilson
Assistant Professor
Fisheries and Allied Aquacultures

203 Swingle Hall
Auburn University
Auburn, Alabama 36849
334-246-1120
Cyanopros@auburn.edu

Cyanolab/Greenwater Labs
205 Zeagler Drive, Suite 302
Palatka , FL 32177
Telephone: (386) 328-0882
Fax: (386) 328-9646
chriswilliams@greenwaterlab.com / andrewchapman@greenwaterlab.com

Wisconsin State Laboratory of hygiene (not a commercial laboratory)
Environmental Health Division (EHD)
2601 Agriculture Drive
Madison, WI 53718 53718
Telephone: (800) 422-4618

MERHAB-LGL, Gregory L Boyer (not a commercial laboratory)
Professor of Biochemistry
SUNY-ESF
Syracuse NY 13210
Telephone: (315) 470-6825
glboyer@esf.edu

Kits to test for cyanotoxins

Abraxis
54 Steamwhistle Drive
Warminster PA 18974
Telephone: (215) 357-3911
Fax: (215) 357-5232
info@abraxiskits.com

EnviroLogix Inc.
500 Riverside Industrial Parkway
Portland, ME 04103
Telephone: (207) 797-0300 / toll free (US): (866) 408-4597

Strategic Diagnostics Inc.
111 Pencader Drive
Newark, DE 19702
Telephone: (302) 456-6789 or (800) 544-8881

Montgomery Watson Potable and Recycled Water Lab
MWH Laboratories
750 Royal Oaks Drive #100
Monrovia, CA 91016
Telephone: (800) 566-LABS
Fax: (626) 386-1101

Engineering Performance Solutions, LLC
Mr. Rick Loftis, President
Engineering Performance Solutions, LLC
5510 SW 41st Blvd., Suite 205
Gainesville, FL 32608
Telephone: (352) 338-7770
Fax: (352) 338-3533
info@epslabs.com