Eicom USA becomes Amuza Inc

Eicom USA becomes Amuza Inc

I would like to take this opportunity to offer our gratitude. Thank you for doing business with Eicom. We at Eicom USA have been providing HPLC-ECD and microdialysis systems for about 15 years to researchers in the US who are at the frontier of neuroscience.

Now we are shifting our company name from Eicom USA to Amuza Inc without changing all of our effort to support our customers by current associates without changing company entity*. You may have heard the name, but now we have made it official to use Amuza as our company name while continuing to provide Eicom products. Amuza has also launched its own brand of neuroscience products to complement those of Eicom, including innovative microdialysis fraction collectors and rotating cage stages. You will enjoy those high standard microdialysis equipment.

Please feel free to contact us at any time for your technical questions, price quotes, suggestions or complaints to our business. I love to talk with our customers and learn from your words.

In addition, we always appreciate your word of mouth. If you know someone who might be interested in our products, please let them know about Eicom or Amuza.

Again, thank you for your business with us.


Shinji Azuma
Amuza Inc.


*PS. We believe you do not need to change our company information in your procurement system because our company identity number (EIN) has not changed. It means you can still place order with our account, with either Eicom or Amuza in your system. Thank you.

We have received an NIH Grant

We have received an NIH Grant

We are excited to announce that Amuza Inc have been awarded an R41 Technology Transfer grant by the National Institute of Neurological Disorders (NINDS/NIH, USA) to develop “a unified system of wireless optogenetics and brain microdialysis”. The grant proposal was based on research which combined Amuza’s HPLC-ECD, microdialysis, and optogenetics instruments.

The funding is for Phase I (prototype development and validation) of a Small Business Technology Transfer (STTR) project in collaboration with Drs. Nobuyoshi Suto (The Scripps Research Institute), Thomas Jhou (Medical University of South Carolina) and Matthew Buczynski (Virginia Tech).

After research and commercialization phases have  been completed the final opto-dialysis system will be available from Amuza as well. We are currently undertaking the pilot experiments in freely moving animals (both rats and mice) using our opto-dialysis prototypes. We will post the results as they become available. Please stay tuned!

The Eicom Team Grows

The Eicom Team Grows

We have exciting news! We have new Sales and Support Associates in San Diego, California and Dublin, Ireland.

Pat Hallahan joined our San Diego Office and Richard Martin joined our Dublin Office. Both have finished our technical training and are ready to support our customers.

These additions increased our average height from 171 cm (5’6) to 175 cm (5’7).