Below is an overview of the services and solutions SalusEnterprises provides. For wet chemistry, the customer must provide the laboratory. We can coach lab personell or trouble shoot application issues remotely, or will come on site if necessary.

If at anytime, while you are browsing through our services section, you have a question related to any of our services don't hesitate to call us at 713 291 7076 or send us an e-mail at

Molecular Biology
DNA isolation and cloning, PCR, site directed mutagenesis, mutation detection, transfecting DNA into cells, DNA isolation and sequencing, RNA isolation, RT-PCR and oligonucleotide primer composition

Assay development, enzyme kinetics, metabolomics (heat map interpretation across species and diseases). We can assist you in designing a meaningful metabolomic study with proper controls that allow verifications of quality controls a CRO typically claims, but may be violated for many metabolites.

Protein Chemistry
Protein isolation methodology (all types of chromatography), Western blotting, protein modifications, immunoprecipitations and protein crystallography.


Statistical Analysis
SYSTAT computational analysis (parametric and non-parametric statistics, e.g. ANOVA, Kruskal Wallis etc).

Scientific Editing
Researching the literature, writing and editing manuscripts, data mining, writing/editing research grants, making power point presentations, reviewing manuscripts.

Scientifc text translation from German or French to English

Web Design
This site was entirely designed by us, including all figures, like this site: grooveyart

Dr Owerbach is licensed in Texas to teach K12 Biology, Chemistry and Physics. Dr. Bohren was trained and practiced facilitating Integrated Problem Solving with medical students at the Baylor College of Medicine.

mixed inhibition

Equation and Parameters
Sigmaplot figure

figure made with SigmaPlot using parameters above

Dynafit Scripting

scripting in Dynafit

Dynafit Output

output from Dynafit using above script and discrete data points generated with Sigmaplot using parameters above

heat map

partial metabolomic
heat map

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