2490 S. Woodworth Loop Suite 410 Palmer AK 99645 USACellNetix Pathology & Laboratories provides comprehensive subspecialty clinical and anatomic pathology services, operates premier anatomic pathology laboratories, and offers complete pathology laboratory services at its central state-of-the-art anatomic pathology laboratory.
Kasilof Alaska at 26085 Williamson Ln.Ed’s Kasilof Seafood’s is a family owned and operated gourmet Seafood Company. We have been buying wild Alaskan salmon and processing gourmet seafood since 1970. Our facilities are inspected and approved by the State of Alaska, FDA and is HAACP compliant. All of our wild Alaska salmon and gourmet seafood is harvested in a responsible sustainable manner. HalibutWe make our gourmet seafood gifts the old-fashioned way, by hand with only the finest and all natural ingredients. Only wild caught salmon are used to make our smoked salmon products. Our Alaskan seafood products are chosen from only the freshest available in Alaska. Since we are located in Alaska, we can offer you the highest quality sushi grade wild salmon and gourmet seafood available. We deliver right to your door with Fed Ex overnight shipping for your added convenience. Nova LoxWe hope you enjoy all the wonderful fresh seafood that we have created especially for you! We also offer a money back guarantee of your purchase. When you visit Alaska, be sure you stop buy our seafood retail store for a free sample of our delicious king crab dip or smoked salmon. Our seafood retail outlet is located next to the world famous Kenai River in Soldotna. This is also a drop-off point for all your sport fish processing and custom smoking needs. We also have a salmon wholesale list available. All of our Alaska wild salmon and Alaskan seafood products will need to be kept refrigerated because they are all natural and contain no additives or preservatives.
9600 Morningside Loop 206 Anchorage, AK, 99515 United StatesI have translated primarily life science content for the past 8 years. Projects include various clinical trial protocols, reports, scientific journal articles, informed consent form, patient-geared pamphlets for various diseases, medical device operation guides intended for clinicians, etc. In addition, my master's thesis in Applied Linguistics focused on the translation of Patient Reported Outcomes from English to Japanese. I'm from Alaska. My US "address" is in Alaska. But I currently live, work, and study biology in Taiwan.
5455 Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Ave. Anchorage, AK 99507The mission of the Analytical Chemistry programs within the State Public Health Laboratories is to provide analytical and technical laboratory information in support of state and national public health programs. The Analytical Chemistry Programs represent a first line of defense in the rapid recognition of toxic chemical exposures, aiding in the medical treatment of exposed individuals and the prevention of avoidable exposures. Core functions and responsibilities include: Support environmental health and epidemiological programs that investigate human exposures to chemicals in the environment, with the ultimate goal of reducing or preventing harmful exposures. The human biomonitoring program provides analytical chemistry support for projects that assess human exposures to environmental contaminants such as mercury, heavy metals, and persistent organic pollutants. Respond to chemical emergencies or chemical terrorism events, by providing rapid and definitive testing to identify and quantify chemical agents in specimens from exposed humans. Helpful information for chemical terrorism preparedness and response can be found at the following website: http://www.bt.cdc.gov/chemical/ Provide forensic toxicology support to the State Medical Examiners office, to detect the presence of toxic chemicals or drugs of abuse in specimens from deceased humans (under development). In collaboration with other agencies, provide high-complexity chemical testing services to detect the presence of trace chemical contaminants in a variety of sample types.
University of Alaska, Fairbanks 931 Sheenjek Drive P.O. Box 60230 Fairbanks, AK 99706-0230The Virology Unit of the Alaska State Public Health Laboratory (APHL) is located on the University of Alaska Campus in Fairbanks Alaska and provides statewide viral diagnostic services that aid in the diagnosis and surveillance of human viral diseases that are of public health importance. Services Provided: The APHL Virology Unit routinely tests for HIV, hepatitis A, B, and C, adenovirus, enterovirus, rubella, rubeola, mumps, varicella zoster virus, herpes viruses, rabies virus, norovirus, RSV, parainfluenza, and influenza A & B. Virus detection services are provided to both private and public health care providers throughout the state. Please consult the Laboratory Services Manual for specifics on testing. Emerging Disease Testing: The APHL is part of the CDC’s Laboratory Response Network (LRN) and has the capacity to detect various emerging, exotic and novel viruses using molecular methods. Statewide Disease Surveillance Roles: The APHL Virology Unit reports outbreaks of disease and ongoing disease surveillance to public health authorities in the Section of Epidemiology, for follow-up action to limit the spread of disease. The Laboratory also e-mails a weekly report of recent virus disease activity to physicians, nurses, laboratorians, and other interested individuals around the state. To receive this weekly report, contact Jayme Parker. National Disease Surveillance Roles: The Virology Laboratory reports weekly and monthly disease surveillance activity to the World Health Organization, Influenza Centers of the Americas, the National Respiratory and Enteric Virus Surveillance System, the CDC Rabies Control Program, and the CDC National Enterovirus Surveillance System.
5455 Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Avenue PO Box 196093 Anchorage, AK 99507Anchorage Lab The Alaska State Public Health Laboratory-Anchorage provides reference and diagnostic services to aid in the diagnosis and surveillance of human diseases of public health importance. Anchorage Public Health Lab CLIA Certificate Services Provided: The laboratory routinely tests for Tuberculosis (TB), Chlamydia, Gonorrhea, Pertussis, Syphilis, Salmonella, Shigella, E. coli O157, Campylobacter, Vibrio, Giardia, Cryptosporidium, Haemophilis and Neisseria infections. These services are available to both private and public health care providers throughout the state. Emerging Disease Testing: The laboratory uses Nucleic Acid Amplification Techniques to detect Chlamydia and Gonorrhea infections in urine, endocervical and urethral swabs. The laboratory has developed a PCR method for detection of Bordetella pertussis from nasopharyngeal swabs. The Anchorage laboratory also serves as a reference laboratory to identify bacteria that are unusual, or difficult to identify. Statewide Disease Surveillance Roles: The laboratory reports disease outbreaks and ongoing disease surveillance to public health authorities in the Section of Epidemiology. The laboratory performs Pulsed Field Gel Electrophoresis to compare DNA fingerprints of pathogenic microorganisms to a National database for investigation and surveillance of foodborne outbreaks. The laboratory provides comprehensive tuberculosis testing services including culture, DNA probe confirmation, and susceptibilities on M. tuberculosis strains. National Disease Surveillance Roles: The laboratory reports disease surveillance activity and submits isolates to national programs coordinated by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). These agencies include PulseNet, National Public Health and Food Regulatory Agency, the Regional Tuberculosis Genotyping Laboratory, and the National Antimicrobial Resistance Monitoring System (NARMS).
400 N Sitka St, Anchorage, AK 99502Alaska Packaging Inc. (API) serves the packaging needs in the fishing, agriculture and natural resource industries throughout the United States. We specialize in custom packaging with an emphasis on perishable shipments. All products for perishable packaging available through Alaska Packaging are FDA approved.
5455 Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Ave Anchorage, AK 99507Radiological Health is a program within the State Public Health Laboratories which is responsible for safe use of radiation sources within the state of Alaska. Under Alaska statute the Program is responsible for Radiation Protection which includes the development of policies for evaluating radiation hazards, conducting surveys/investigations and training. This includes measurement and safe use of radiation, reviewing plans and shielding specifications for radiation sources, inspecting facilities where radiation sources are used, and contracting with other agencies where a cooperative effort is required in order to address radiation hazards. These responsibilities include both ionizing and non-ionizing sources, and radiation producing devices as well as radioactive materials. The main office is in Anchorage, however radon related activities are conducted out of the University of Alaska Fairbanks. Environmental surveys and disaster response to radiation in the environment are the responsibility of the Department of Environmental Conservation.
2175 University Avenue South, Suite 201NETL provides carbon management, chemical reaction engineering, computational research, materials performance, and environmental science.
Station CourtProzomix develops, produces and supplies a large, diverse and rapidly expanding range of novel enzymes and related advanced products and services for Biocatalysis and other focus areas, such as Biofuels and the Biorefinery.
3211 Providence Drive Anchorage, AK, 99508 United StatesMission The mission of the University of Alaska Anchorage is to discover and disseminate knowledge through teaching, research, engagement, and creative expression. Located in Anchorage and on community campuses in Southcentral Alaska, UAA is committed to serving the higher education needs of the state, its communities, and its diverse peoples. The University of Alaska Anchorage is an open-access university with academic programs leading to occupational endorsements; undergraduate and graduate certificates; and associate, baccalaureate and graduate degrees in a rich, diverse and inclusive environment.
Prince of Wales RoadUniversity of Exeter School of Biosciences offers bioinformatics, imaging, proteomic, and sequencing services.
West Ridge Research Building, Suite 212 Fairbanks, AK, 99775-7270 United StatesThe Large Animal Research Station is situated on 134 acres of land just north of the campus of the University of Alaska Fairbanks. The land was the original homestead of the Yankovich family, who deeded the land to the University in 1963. In 1964, John Teal began his muskox domestication project on the property with a herd of 33 animals captured from Nunivak Island. In 1974 this original herd was moved to Unalakleet and later to Palmer where the Musk Ox Farm was established under the direction of the Musk Ox Development Corporation. In 1979, the Large Animal Research Station was founded in its current capacity through a major grant from the National Science Foundation's Office of Polar Programs. The goal of the station was and is to establish a colony of muskoxen that are available for nutritional, physiological, and behavioral research. The Station also serves in an educational and outreach capacity, providing the opportunity to introduce students of all ages to wildlife and wildlife research. Thousands of people from around the world visit LARS each year during the summer tourism program.
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