Novartis and RTS Develop New System
Assay method uses electrostatic forces
Veridex Licenses GeneChip for Cancer Diagnostic
“Tadpoles” precisely count molecules
Solution for glycosylation monitoring
CE has historically struggled with limitations caused by lack of control over electroosmotic force and flow (EOF), a natural occurrence in CE separations. UltraTrol products address difficult separation hurdles to overcome technical limitations in biochemical separation and identification.
Information management system OrchestratorIMS (pictured, from NextGen Sciences) is fully compatible with cloning techniques such as Gateway, TOPO and traditional methods.
Recombinant mouse proteins MBL-1 and MBL-2 are available from R&D Systems. Mannan binding lectin (MBL) belongs to the collectin family of innate immune defense proteins that bind an array of carbohydrate patterns on pathogen surfaces.
MFP fluorescent dyes are ready for coupling to proteins and nucleic acids, and span the wavelength spectrum from green to far red. They offer photostability, a strong absorption, high fluorescence quantum yield and good water solubility.
ÄKTAxpress TWIN is a fully integrated protein purification system that delivers totally automated, multi-step purification of His- and GST-tagged proteins for small scale research.
Dymension software accurately analyzes 2D gels in seconds. A spot finding algorithm results in minimal post editing being needed and couples with an automatic gel alignment process to speed the whole imaging process right through to results and report generation.
Workstation facilitates protein applications
Jupiter Proteo 90Å-pore HPLC column from Phenomenex is offered for the analysis of peptide maps. Peptide fragments produced in a tryptic digest of a protein often exhibit significantly complex patterns, differing markedly from protein to protein.
Silicon Graphics Prism Linux OS-based computers combine standards-based Intel Itanium 2 processors, the Linux operating environment, and advanced graphics technology to addressing demanding visual computing problems.