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UV/Visible HPLC Detector

August 16, 2004 7:51 am | Articles | Comments

CE 4300 WaveQuest ultra-fast-scanning UV/visible HPLC detector can be used for both qualitative and quantitative analysis. The system provides detailed spectral scans of chromatograms, at a speed that allows the spectrum at any part of even a narrow peak can be obtained on-the-fly.

Liquid Media For Endothelial Progenitor Cells

August 16, 2004 7:50 am | Articles | Comments

EndoCult liquid medium is optimized for the growth of endothelial progenitor cells (EPCs) from human peripheral blood and bone marrow. The frequency of circulating EPCs may serve as a biological marker for vascular function and cardiovascular disease risk. For example, Hill et al. (Hill et al.

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Stem Cell Starter Panel

August 16, 2004 7:50 am | Articles | Comments

Human Embryonic Stem Cell Starter Panel is offered for in vitro expansion of human embryonic

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Custom Peptide Synthesis

August 16, 2004 7:50 am | Articles | Comments

PEPscreen peptide synthesis platform facilitates high throughput synthesis of custom peptide libraries (6-20 amino acids) comprising thousands of peptides at 70% purity. Higher purity development is also available. Peptides are synthesized in quantities from 0.

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3-D Culture Matrix For Cancer Research

August 16, 2004 7:50 am | Articles | Comments

3-D Cell Culture is an innovative approach to modeling the morphological effects of early oncogenesis in three-dimensional microenvironments. Healthy cells, undergoing differentiation, exhibit a structured, polarized morphology that is critical for cellular formation and function.

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Electronic Pipette (3837)

August 16, 2004 7:50 am | Articles | Comments

Finnpipette Novus features a 2-level menu that includes 10 different pipetting options and is programmable for advanced functions, such as pipette and count, sequential stepper, and mix and dilute. Text-guided graphical user interface and clear display are easy to understand and read.

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Orange Fluorescent Protein

August 16, 2004 7:50 am | Articles | Comments

CoralHue Kusabira Orange, a true orange fluorescent protein, is isolated from the stony coral Fungia concinna , and absorbs light maximally at 548 nm and emits orange light at 561 nm. Wild-type CoralHue KO matures rapidly to form a fluorescent dimeric complex.

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Polymer Detection System

August 16, 2004 7:50 am | Articles | Comments

MACH 3 biotin-free polymer-based detection systems incorporate a small polymer that provides access to nuclear antigens, and sensitivity enhancing probes. The system reduces antibody budget while increasing antibody specificity.

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Competent Cells

August 16, 2004 7:50 am | Articles | Comments

E. coli competent cells and SOC Medium are offerd to researchers who utilize transformation in the study of gene expression, cloning, and other applications. GC5 and GC10 cells consistently show efficiencies of >10 9 , and are resistant to lytic phages T1 and T5.

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Protein Crystal Imaging And Analysis System

August 16, 2004 7:50 am | Articles | Comments

Designed to fit on the benchtop, the Minstrel I modular and expandable protein crystal imaging system offers tuned programmable lighting and an image processing method that configures to meet a range of performance requirements, from low-throughput research to drug discovery programs.

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St. Jude Researchers Seek Genetic Basis for Leukemia Resistance to Chemotherapy

August 12, 2004 10:22 am | Articles | Comments

By Lisa LaMotta - 8/12/04

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Biochemical Marker May Replace X-Rays in the Diagnosis of Osteoarthritis

August 11, 2004 5:45 am | Articles | Comments

By Catherine Shaffer - 8/11/04

Cancer Research Gets a Boost from Laser Scanning Cytometry

August 10, 2004 11:23 am | Articles | Comments

By Catherine Shaffer - 8/10/04

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Improving RNA Amplification

August 10, 2004 11:00 am | Articles | Comments

RNA amplification is often required for producing sufficient amounts of labeled target nucleic acid for detection by array hybridization.

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