BEVITAL is a company offering analyses of direct and functional biomarkers, including biomarkers of vitamin and nutritional status, inflammation and lifestyle, to academic institutions, hospitals and industry. You should consider BEVITAL to carry out such analyses for your projects, because of the company´s
BEVITAL was founded in 2003 by members of a research group with more than 25 years experience in bioanalytical technology, including mass spectrometry. The research group / BEVITAL have been partners in several international projects, including EU funded projects, that involve instrument development, establishment of new technologies, and their application in large epidemiological projects. Most recently BEVITAL has participated in a large multicenter lung cancer study, organized within the frame of the lung cancer consortium (LC3), funded by the National Cancer Institute (US), and including 11000 cases and controls recruited from 20 centers, in Europe, US, Asia and Australia.
The analytical repertoire includes methods that have been developed by scientists and technicians employed at BEVITAL. Most methods have been published in leading scientific journals within the fields of analytical technology, including Clinical Chemistry and Analytical Chemistry. Importantly, this means that the method section of the article reporting on your project results will include reference(s) to articles in prestigious journals.
Prices of analyses undertaken by BEVITAL are extremely competitive and are kept at production costs. The reasons are two-fold. Firstly, BEVITAL is owned as a whole by a non-profit foundation, supporting research into vitamin deficiency and related topics. There are no private shareholders and therefore no incentive to inflate the cost and thereby the prices. Secondly, all instrument maintenance and even extensive repair are performed by the technical staff of BEVITAL, ensuring expensive service contracts provided by the instrument vendors are not required.
Most scientists at BEVITAL have for decades been involved in scientific projects related to the biomarkers analyzed by BEVITAL. If requested, BEVITAL staff can provide academic support including collaboration and contributions to writing of funding applications and scientific articles. Formally, BEVITAL is an SME that have been approved as a partner in projects funded by the EU Commission, Norwegian Research Council, Norwegian Cancer Society, National Cancer Institute (US), National Institutes of Health (US), and several other funding agencies.
Last updated: July 5, 2017