The BTX/Harvard Apparatus ECM2001 Electro Cell Manipulator is a tool for gene transfer and cell fusion of a variety of plant, animal and bacterial cells.
SpotReady series chips, from GWC Technologies, Inc., are offered for label-free array analysis of proteins and other biomolecules. These products are designed to work with the company’s SPRimager and SPRimagerII systems.
Illumina, Inc. offers two Sentrix BeadChips that enable whole-genome and RefSeq-based expression profiling of multiple samples on the same microarray.
LeadStream is an automated system for ADME/Tox screening and and accelerated early-stage drug compound assessment. The platform consists of four distinct elements: three integrated instrumentation modules, plus software that manages the flow of samples through the laboratory.
Trilogy 2020 Single Molecule Analyzer (U.S. Genomics), a benchtop instrumentation, reagents and software platform, directly detects and quantitates individual molecules without amplification. Microfluidics, optical engineering, and labeling strategies combine to eliminate the bias of amplification.
BD Knockout Gene-Specific Kits provide ready-to-use shRNA vectors functionally proven to knock down expression of a specific gene. The shRNA vectors allow users to choose either a transfection or a viral infection delivery method.
Epitomics has developed a proprietary method for making monoclonal antibodies using rabbits. Rabbit monoclonal antibodies offer specific advantages, including more diverse epitope recognition, improved response to less immunogenic antigens, and greatly improved response to rodent proteins.
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