By Catherine Shaffer
By Elizabeth Tolchin
By Catherine Shaffer
By Elizabeth Tolchin - 8/16/04
ISOLUTE® Array-24 Sample Processing System offers increased purification capacity in a microplate format, with its base plate accommodating up to 24 tabless 6 ml ISOLUTE SPE columns for scavenging or "catch-and-release" applications.
MDLC LTQ LC/MS system (Thermo Electron Corp.) provides experimental flexibility and precision for proteomics solutions.
Turner Biosystems has announced a program to grant luminometers to applicants working in the Life Sciences. TD-20/20 Tube Luminometer, Veritas Microplate Luminometer, GloRunner Microplate Luminometer, and the Reporter Microplate Luminometer will all be presented to researchers.
Nanostream, provider of high-throughput microfluidic analytical systems has announced the addition of fluorescence detection to its Veloce micro parallel liquid chromatography (μPLC) system.
AccuSpot MALDI plate spotter automates LC micro-fractionation, spotting and preparation for MS analysis.
Quadra3 workstation for cellular assays is designed with interchangeable pipet heads, two standard bi-directional cassette stackers, and two new Lidded Plate Stacker Cassettes that can handle lidded microplates.
Freedom EVO 75 (Tecan) is a compact liquid handling system for medium throughput applications. The instrument supports fixed tips as well as disposable tips. It is controlled by the EVOware software, which provides flexibility and ease of use.
ESA Inc., has utilized its electrochemical (EC) systems in conjunction with a Mass Spectrometer (MS) to expand the number and types of molecules for analysis.
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.
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.