Starsys Mobile Workcenter modular laboratory furniture system facilitates fast lab configuration. The mobile work center features easy-to-clean chemical-resistant surfaces that will not chip, peel, dent or corrode over time.
R&D Systems has added two new Stem Cell Antibody Panels to its line of stem cell products. Human Embryonic Stem Cell Marker Antibody Panel contains the antibodies anti-alkaline phosphatase; anti-Nanog; anti-Oct-3/4; anti-SSEA-1; and anti-SSEA-4.
Eppendorf DualChip microarray systems are offered for gene expression analysis and pathway identifications in toxicology, neuroscience, signal transduction and research on aging using human or rat models.
Full spectrum UV/VIS measurements of one microliter samples are performed quickly by the NanoDrop ND-1000 Spectrophotometer. Sample is pipetted directly onto the measurement surface. Pathlengths of 1 mm and 0.
The Laboratory Animal Studies Injector (LASI) is used to inject very small doses of a drug into a laboratory animal. Injections are initiated using a foot switch; this keeps one hand free to to hold the lab animal and the other free to position the injection needle.
A digital X-ray imaging accessory is available for Eastman Kodak Company Scientific Imaging Systems’ Image Station 2000MM Multimodal Imaging System. The shielded enclosure contains the x-ray source, associated controls and safety features.
DIGITAL ECLIPSE C1si confocal laser fluorescence microscope system can simultaneously acquire fluorescence spectra over a 320 nm range in wavelength at 10 nm spectral resolution, or over smaller ranges at 5 nm or 2.5 nm spectral resolution.
Micromachined silicon toolset is offered for printing DNA and protein microarrays. This design improves pin-to-pin uniformity, eliminates pre-spotting, and reduces dead volume, carryover and ‘missing spot’ phenomena.
May improve cancer treatment effectiveness
Collaboration with Infinity for compound synthesis
Collaboration on Novel IPM Analogs
Diagnostic imaging of animal models
The challenges of discovery
Novartis and RTS Develop New System