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Transfer Membrane

October 15, 2003 11:34 am | Articles | Comments

Rapid immunodetection method for Western blotting, developed using the Millipore Corporation Immobilon™-P Transfer Membrane, eliminates the blocking step and minimizes the number and length of washes without compromising specificity or sensitivity.

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Multi-Sample Processing Homogenizing

October 15, 2003 11:34 am | Articles | Comments

The PRO Scientific MULTI-GEN 7 homogenizer generators quickly attach to the homogenizer motor unit by means of a motor collar that also allows hands-free ejection of the used generator, minimizing the chance of operator contamination when attaching the next generator.

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Electrochemical Detector

October 15, 2003 11:34 am | Articles | Comments

The ESA CoulArray® electrochemical detector supports ADME-TOX screening and chemical assessment studies. Predicting a compound's tendency to undergo chemical oxidative degradation enhances efficiency and effectiveness in drug discovery and development.

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Lyse Cells, Extract Proteins

October 15, 2003 11:34 am | Articles | Comments

EasyLyse™ Bacterial Protein Extraction Solution lyses bacterial cells for the isolation of proteins, especially recombinant gene products expressed in E. coli, without significant loss of enzymatic activity.

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Genotyping System

October 15, 2003 11:34 am | Articles | Comments

GenomeLab™ SNPstream® Genotyping System, from Beckman Coulter, Inc., performs from 4,600 to over 800,000 genotypes per day. The automated, scalable, multiplexed system can process up to twelve SNPs in each well of an arrayed 384-well plate.

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Gene-Specific Expression Suppression

October 15, 2003 11:34 am | Articles | Comments

SureSilencing™ Kits contain a ready-to-use gene-specific siRNA population targeting one key regulator of a specific biological pathway. The populations are pre-tested and verified to decrease gene expression by at least 70 and as much as 90 percent.

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Constructing Protein Arrays and Nanowires from DNA Tiles

October 1, 2003 6:52 am | Articles | Comments

by Elizabeth Tolchin Self-assembling DNA molecules can become molecular building blocks called "tiles" to construct protein arrays and nanowires, according to a group of researchers at Duke University.

High Speed Stepper Motor Controller (1887)

October 1, 2003 6:51 am | Articles | Comments

The Prior PCI High Speed Stepper Motor Controller controls motorized stages, joysticks, focus motors, filer wheels, shutters, all from within a PC. It is installed directly in the PC, and eliminates the need for a controller box.

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Nanosample RNA Amplification System (1885)

October 1, 2003 6:51 am | Articles | Comments

The NuGEN Technologies Ovation™ Nanosample RNA Amplification System uses the proprietary Ribo-SPIA™ process for global amplification of mRNA in total RNA.

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Array Design Software (1883)

October 1, 2003 6:51 am | Articles | Comments

ArrayScribe™ software enables researchers to design high-density microarrays. ArrayScribe

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Fluorescent Protein Cell Analysis (1881)

October 1, 2003 6:51 am | Articles | Comments

The Guava Technologies PCA-96 AFP (Auto-Fluorescing Protein) system allows researchers to determine the relative levels of fluorescing proteins produced by individual cells in a culture and to screen 96 such cultures in a single instrument run.

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Bioreactor For Cardiovascular Tissue Engineering (1879)

October 1, 2003 6:51 am | Articles | Comments

The ITEMS (Intelligent Tissue Engineering via Mechanical Stimulation) BioReactor™ from EnduraTEC Systems Corporation can significantly aid researchers in growing tissue engineered blood vessels and other cardiovascular tissues.

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Microwave Peptide Synthesizer (1877)

October 1, 2003 6:51 am | Articles | Comments

CEM Corporation's Odyssey™ System provides microwave-enhanced peptide synthesis that is fast, and that produces clean peptides and high yields. Peptides can be synthesized in 2 hours, and cycle times are less than 10 minutes.

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Maximizing The Yield Of Full-Length RNA From An In Vitro Transcription Reaction

September 17, 2003 6:26 am | Articles | Comments

The quality and quantity of RNA produced in an in vitro transcription reaction depends upon a number of factors, including RNA transcript size, template concentration, reaction time and temperature. These parameters can be modified to optimize the yield of full-length RNA from the transcription reaction.

High Speed Stepper Motor Controller

September 17, 2003 6:25 am | Articles | Comments

The Prior PCI High Speed Stepper Motor Controller controls motorized stages, joysticks, focus motors, filer wheels, shutters, all from within a PC. It is installed directly in the PC, and eliminates the need for a controller box.

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