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Small Protein Analysis Assay

April 9, 2003 5:28 am | Articles | Comments

The Protein 50 LabChip® kit, from Agilent Technologies Incorporated and Caliper Technologies Corporation, automates the sizing and quantitation of proteins ranging in size from 5 to 50 kilo Daltons.

Universal DNA Microarray For Whole Genome Expression Profiling

April 9, 2003 5:28 am | Articles | Comments

Agilix's GenCompass™ is a universal DNA microarray-based platform that provides comprehensive coverage across all genomes. It allows high throughput gene expression profiling of any organism with quality control at each step in the process.

Carpal Tunnel Syndrome: A Rising Statistic Among Laboratory Workers

April 8, 2003 9:54 am | Articles | Comments

by Richard Minnihan Introduction Ergonomic injuries are widely recognized as a major factor in work place health. About one-third of all occupational injuries and illnesses stem from over exertion and/or repetitive motion.

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Tissue Microarray System

April 8, 2003 9:53 am | Articles | Comments

Discovery-TMA high-speed automated optical platform and integrated software system is optimized for the acquisition, processing and analysis of images from tissue microarrays. The system brings high content screening technology to tissue microarray applications.

Genomic Microarray

April 8, 2003 9:53 am | Articles | Comments

GenoSensor™ Array 300 second-generation genomic microarray for the GenoSensor System enables screening for abnormal gene amplifications and deletions with the sensitivity to detect single gene-copy change in a variety of specimens.

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Array Supplies, Scanners, Services

April 8, 2003 9:53 am | Articles | Comments

Sunergia Medical offers robust and flexible high-throughput genotyping services and products for genome-wide mutation and SNP detection and re-sequencing based on APEX technology through custom genotyping service and technology transfer.

Stealth 3 Pins and Corresponding Microarrays

April 8, 2003 9:53 am | Articles | Comments

(Top panel) Shown is an SMP3 Pin with a regular uptake channel (top left), an SMP3B Pin with a "bubble" uptake channel (top center), and an SMP3XB Pin with an "extended bubble" channel (top right). The SMP3, SMP3B and SMP3XB pins load 0.25 μl, 0.60 μl and 1.

Cancer Antibody Array (955)

April 8, 2003 9:53 am | Articles | Comments

Spendlove Research Foundation has refined a miniaturized antibody array system capable of simultaneously quantifying up to 24 different cancer markers within a single well of a microtiter plate using 3-microliters of sample per well.

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Rat Microarrays

April 8, 2003 9:53 am | Articles | Comments

MWG Biotech offers three arrays — a Rat 10K Array, a Rat 5K Array, and a Rat Liver Array — for investigating one of the most important model organisms in toxicogenomics and life science research. The new 10K Array contains gene-specific probes representing 10,000 unique rat genes.

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Cell Function Genomic Arrays

April 8, 2003 9:53 am | Articles | Comments

OriGene® SmartArray™ gene chips contain pre-selected groups of genes in the form of PCR fragments (400-700 bp). These selected genes are functionally related and are involved in the same regulatory pathway.

Genomic Arrays, Detection System

April 8, 2003 9:53 am | Articles | Comments

The MGX 4D array is based on patented Flow-thru™ technology, which utilizes a porous substrate constructed of microchannels. Oligonucleotide probes are spotted and bound all along the inner surface of the channels.

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Plastic Human 12K Microarray (945)

April 8, 2003 9:53 am | Articles | Comments

The Atlas™ Plastic Human 12K Microarray contains sequences from nearly 12,000 genes printed in duplicate on a plastic support surface.

Microarray Reagent Systems

April 8, 2003 9:53 am | Articles | Comments

Corning Incorporated, Life Sciences has introduced Pronto!™ cDNA and Universal Microarray Reagent Systems for printing and hybridizing cDNA and long oligonucleotide arrays. The systems offer a complete microarray solution from printing through hybridization.

Human Breast Cancer Tissue Microarrays

April 8, 2003 9:53 am | Articles | Comments

Human breast cancer tissue microarrays (TMA) are offered for high throughput screening of the in situ gene expression for target validation. The breast cancer TMAs may be used for differential gene expression profiling.

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Ceramic Microarray Pins

April 8, 2003 9:53 am | Articles | Comments

Apogent Discoveries MicroSpot™ C ceramic pins make it easier to print quality microarrays. The ceramic pins are used with the MicroGrid™ arrayer to provide improved spot morphology, up to 5 times more spots per source visit, and require no pre-blotting.

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