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Polymer And Glass Microarray Slides

July 26, 2004 5:07 am | Articles | Comments

NUNC has introduced a range of microarray slides and accessories. Slides are made with polymer or glass and are available with a number of different surface chemistries optimized for nucleic acid, protein, cell and tissue applications.

Microdispensing System (3747)

July 26, 2004 5:07 am | Articles | Comments

Piezorray non-contact microdispensing system is designed specifically for pipetting sub-nanoliter volumes to dense arrays. Liquid volumes are controlled by a piezoelectric tip that dispenses reproducible picoliter volume droplets.

Multichamber Array

July 26, 2004 5:07 am | Articles | Comments

Conduct hybs, washes, detections and other processes at up to 16 experiments per slide, simultaneously treating the group as a single working unit. Four, "16-array" slides fit into a tray that allows robotic systems (designed to manipulate 96-well formats) to process them.

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Universal Slide Kits (3739)

July 26, 2004 5:07 am | Articles | Comments

Ez-rays universal microarray surface can be used with cDNA probes, oligonucleotide probes (unmodified, amine-modified, or Acrydite modified), and proteins. The slides provide high signal intensity, low background, and effective reproducibility for microarray fabrication.

Human Gene Silencing Libraries

July 26, 2004 5:07 am | Articles | Comments

Dharmacon, Inc., has expanded its siARRAY Small Interfering RNA (siRNA) library offering. The company has also introduced a whole human genome library containing over 100,000 gene-silencing reagents targeting more than 22,000 unique human genes listed in the NCBI RefSeq database.

Human Whole Genome Bioarray

July 26, 2004 5:07 am | Articles | Comments

Amersham Biosciences has added a Human Whole Genome Bioarray to its CodeLink product range. With 54,841 gene targets, the new chip offers high content, the majority of which has been functionally validated.

Custom Arrays

July 26, 2004 5:07 am | Articles | Comments

MetriGenix, Inc is offering custom arrays for gene expression analysis on their MGX 4D Array System. The arrays can be designed for any organism, such as human, mouse, rat, bacteria, or plants.

RNA Amplification For Array Analysis (3731)

July 26, 2004 5:07 am | Articles | Comments

MessageAmp II aRNA Amplification Kit incorporates the newly engineered ArrayScript M-MLV RT to maximize yields of full length cDNA. The kit selects and amplifies mRNA from as little as 100 ng of input RNA in a single round of amplification for GeneChip analysis.

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Ceramic Materials For Life Science Research (3721)

July 26, 2004 5:07 am | Articles | Comments

The company offers a range of ceramic materials and coatings for microarray slides. With their chemical inertness, resistance to protein binding, and optical properties, the ceramic materials and coatings provide an ideal environment for microarray slides used in the analysis of DNA and proteins.

Array Building Kits (3723)

July 26, 2004 5:07 am | Articles | Comments

Thiol-based Functionalization Kits include a choice of thiol-based chemicals, gold-coated glass slides or coverslips, as well as an easy-to-follow protocol.

Microarray Slides (3725)

July 26, 2004 5:07 am | Articles | Comments

Vivid™ microarray slides are constructed of a glass base with a membrane printing area. The use of membrane slides as a microarray substrate facilitates high binding and simple immobilization methods.

Epoxide-Coated Slides

July 26, 2004 5:07 am | Articles | Comments

As the progression from cDNA arrays to oligos continues, the company offers a substrate for covalent attachment of short oligonucleotides (approximately 30-mers) with reagents for printing and hybridization and array washing.

Human Cytokine Biochip

July 26, 2004 5:07 am | Articles | Comments

Human Cytokine Biochip incorporates surface-bound affinity capture agents with three-dimensional biochip architecture to quantitatively analyze specific cytokines and chemokines existing in human samples.

Celera Genomics and Syrrx Publish Structure of Human Histone Deacetylase 8 7/23/04

July 23, 2004 9:56 am | Articles | Comments

By Mark Terry Histone deacetylases (HDACs) are enzymes that remove acetyl groups from lysines near the ends of the histones, the proteins wrapped in the DNA of chromosomes.

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Electronic Pipettes (3717)

July 23, 2004 4:46 am | Articles | Comments

BioPette E Electronic Pipettes feature a motorized piston drive, are available in single and multichannel versions, and are lightweight, ergonomic, and accurate. A high precision stepper motor and optical coupler system accurately monitor and control piston movement.

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