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  • Waterborne™, Inc. was started in 1991 by Dr. Henry H. Stibbs, PhD. His research, focused on the detection and identification of Giardia and Cryptosporidium in surface water and in animal reservoir hosts, spawned the development of Waterborne's "Glo" products.

    Products include fluorescent and other monoclonal and polyclonal antibody products for use in isolation and detection of infectious waterborne protozoa, e.g. Cryptosporidium, Giardia, and Encephalitozoon (microsporidia) species. Waterborne™, Inc. also produces the purified parasite forms (cysts, oocysts, and spores) and a variety of immunofluorescence-related products, such as multi-well slides, mounting medium, and dilution and blocking buffer.

    Waterborne's global clientele consists of private, national, and state/provincial/municipal drinking water laboratories; private, national, and university research laboratories, including the laboratories of the US EPA; and private development and research companies.

    Waterborne™, Inc. is an internationally oriented company that recognizes the existence of a global community of scientists in the fields of environmental parasitology and water testing. Over the years, Waterborne has developed a worldwide reputation for its expertise in these areas, as well as its responsiveness to the changing needs of this global community for new and better products.

    The mission of Waterborne™, Inc. is to provide products of the highest quality at a reasonable price to the water-testing industry, while supporting these products with rapid and personalized customer service and technical support.

    Waterborne™, Inc. is a privately owned S-corporation.

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