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Assay Automation Workstation (3245)

June 4, 2004 6:54 am | Articles | Comments

The CRS Mini DM Workstation is a scalable and reliable automation platform for automating ELISA and other biochemical assays. Modular design allows the system to expand easily by adding or swapping instruments and storage as assay and throughput requirements change.

Liquid Handling Workstation Head

June 4, 2004 6:54 am | Articles | Comments

The 96 CORE head for the MICROLAB STAR liquid handling workstation delivers high throughput and flexibility for sample preparation or assay automation by combining the new 96 CORE head with up to 12 fully independent pipetting channels on the same workstation.

Microfluidic Cell-Assay System (3247)

June 4, 2004 6:54 am | Articles | Comments

The LabChip 3000 Drug Discovery System performs unattended biochemical and cell-based screening assays using Caliper Life Science's microfluidic chips. The entry level LabChip 3000 Development Station is a basic system that is fully upgradeable for high-throughput screening applications.

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Modular Real-Time Detector

June 4, 2004 5:29 am | Articles | Comments

Chromo4™ (MJ Research) compact detector with attached Alpha™ unit easily snaps into the DNA Engine® thermal cycler base. Ten different format Alpha units can be easily swapped. Sensitive four-color multiplexing is possible with a wide range of pre-calibrated dyes.

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96-Well Equilibrium Dialyzer For Binding Studies

June 4, 2004 5:29 am | Articles | Comments

New 96-well Equilibrium Dialyzer (Harvard Bioscience) is offered for ligand binding experiments including serum protein binding, protein-drug binding, protein-protein binding and protein-DNA binding assays.

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Spectrophotometer (3237)

June 4, 2004 5:29 am | Articles | Comments

NanoDrop® ND-1000 Spectrophotometer measures small-volume — one microliter — samples. Patented technology eliminates the need for cuvettes and capillaries.

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Stabilizers For Microspheres and Microarrays

June 4, 2004 5:29 am | Articles | Comments

StabilCoat® Plus and StabilGuard® Choice improve the stability of proteins bound to microspheres in solution, protect the activity of proteins while blocking nonspecific binding sites, and prevent aggregation — even after long-term storage.

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Ligation Kit

June 4, 2004 5:29 am | Articles | Comments

Ligate-IT™ Rapid Ligation Kit provides ligation in 5 minutes for cohesive ends and 10 minutes for blunt ends. Competents cells can be transformed immediately, or the ligation reaction may be stored at -20°C for later transformation.

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Protein Crystal Growth Chip

June 4, 2004 5:29 am | Articles | Comments

TOPAZ™ Growth Chip, the first in a new line of chips specialized for generating large, diffraction-quality protein crystals, is important for structural biologists as only half of proteins crystallized by any method turn out to be useful for solving structures.

RNA Amplification for Array Analysis (3231)

June 4, 2004 5:29 am | Articles | Comments

MessageAmp™ II aRNA Amplification Kit incorporates ArrayScript™ M-MLV RT to maximize yields of full length cDNA. MessageAmp II 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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Direct Detection Of DNA, RNA, Proteins Without Amplification

June 4, 2004 5:29 am | Articles | Comments

The Trilogy™ platform (U.S. Genomics) provides direct detection and quantitation of individual molecules of DNA, RNA and proteins without the need for amplification.

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Personal Archive DNA Storage System

June 4, 2004 5:29 am | Articles | Comments

High speed, room temperature DNA storage and retrieval platform, the GenVault Personal Archive storage system, facilitates on-site management of multiple DNA samples.

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Programmable Pipettor

June 4, 2004 5:29 am | Articles | Comments

The Drummond Pipet-Aid Elite™ facilitates fast, accurate, pipetting and allows easy, comfortable operation. The lightweight Elite features intuitive user-friendly programming functions and "Easy Touch" buttons.

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Army of In Silico Tuberculosis Agents Must Battle to Win Over Experimentalists 6/03/04

June 3, 2004 11:49 am | Articles | Comments

by Catherine Shaffer Treatment for tuberculosis (TB) involves a grueling course of antibiotics that can last a year or more, and there is no effective vaccine. Because the disease manifests differently in humans than in animals, there are also no practical animal models for testing new treatments or vaccines. Now a team of scientists from the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Mich., have created a mathematical model of this intractable bacterial illness, and are campaigning for its acceptance among experimentalists.

Chaperone Protein Dissolves Amyloid Plaques 6/02/04

June 2, 2004 8:23 am | Articles | Comments

by Catherine Shaffer Researchers at the Whitehead Institute for Biomedical Research, Cambridge, Mass., have reported in Science Express that yeast chaperone Hsp104 regulates the formation of amyloid fibers by Sup35, a translation termination factor. Sup35 converts to a prion, and the prion form aggregates into beta-sheet-rich amyloid fibers.

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