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Diluters And Dispensers

February 10, 2004 6:55 am | Articles | Comments

Hamilton has expanded its Demo Program for MICROLAB® 500 diluters and dispensers. The instruments offer accuracy within ۫% and precision within ۪.2%.

Microvolume Pipettes (2661)

February 10, 2004 6:55 am | Articles | Comments

Hamilton SoftGrip™ pipettes provide accuracy within +/- 1.2% and precision is within +0.6% at nominal volume for the 2 μl adjustable volume pipette.

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Engineered Enclosures For Robotics And Lab Automation

February 10, 2004 6:55 am | Articles | Comments

HEMCO EnviroMax Enclosures isolate liquid handling workstations, HPLC equipment, sample weighing, high throughput screening systems and other automated equipment and processes by providing exhaust air systems and clean workstation or temperature/humidity controlled environments.

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Universal Markers

February 10, 2004 6:55 am | Articles | Comments

Securline Universal Markers are for use in all hospital or laboratory departments. The versatile, all-purpose marker writes on central supply wrap, tape, plastic, glass, metal, porcelain, and foam. Information cannot be removed or smeared by autoclaving.

Microwave Synthesis System

February 10, 2004 6:55 am | Articles | Comments

Investigator™ Raman-based spectroscopy system (CEM Corp.) provides an integrated approach for real-time reaction monitoring in a CEM microwave-enhanced synthesis system.

Spectrophotometer (2645)

February 10, 2004 6:55 am | Articles | Comments

Biowave Spectrophotometer is a simple instrument for those in molecular biology/biotech disciplines who are working with DNA or proteins derived from bacteria or yeast's, and has four preprogrammed DNA concentration programs, as well as five for proteins.

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Self-Masking Micro/Semi-Micro Cells

February 10, 2004 6:55 am | Articles | Comments

Measurements at high absorbance are among the most demanding tasks for a UV-visible spectrophotometer, with factors such as instrument linearity, stray light, and detector noise all conspiring to introduce potential errors. This situation is exacerbated when very small samples are being measured.

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Digital Micropipettes

February 10, 2004 6:55 am | Articles | Comments

Acura® digital micropipettes can be autoclaved fully assembled at 121 C, without requiring recalibration. The line features fixed volume Acura 815 models from 1 μl to 10 ml, adjustable volume Acura 825 models covering 0.1 to 1000 μl range, 2 macropipette Acura 835s for 0.

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Automated Peptide Synthesis

February 10, 2004 6:55 am | Articles | Comments

APOGEE automated peptide synthesizer enables both novice and expert peptide chemists to prepare long peptides of high quality as well as short sequences. Bar-coded, prefilled amino acid vials and optimized preprogrammed protocols facilitate error-free synthesis.

Non-Antibody Blocker

February 10, 2004 6:55 am | Articles | Comments

Non-antibody cartilage oligomeric matrix protein (COMP) fused to CD40 blocks CD40L-meditated proliferation of B-cells. Shown to display affinity for its ligand, CD40:COMP does not require any crosslinking reagent to effectively bind CD40L (CD154).

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Genomics Firm Nets a Pair of Pharma Deals 2/9/04

February 9, 2004 11:11 am | Articles | Comments

by Don Monroe, PhD Beyond Genomics Inc., Waltham, Mass., concluded separate drug discovery and development agreements with two major pharmaceutical firms within the last several weeks.

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Assessing The Effects Of RNAi: The Importance Of Measuring Both mRNA And Protein Levels

February 9, 2004 7:39 am | Articles | Comments

Small interfering RNAs (siRNAs) are a powerful tool for RNA interference (RNAi) experiments used to down regulate specific gene expression, with hundreds of papers now published each month.

Cobalt-based Protein Purification Resin Does Not Bind E. coli SlyD, A Common Contaminant in Ni-NTA IMAC

February 9, 2004 7:21 am | Articles | Comments

E. coli SlyD, a prolyl isomerase, specifically binds divalent metal ions, which can result in significant contamination of IMAC preparations of heterologously expressed His-tagged proteins.

Door, Lid And Locking Hardware Upgrades Provide Security

February 9, 2004 4:30 am | Articles | Comments

SANYO Biomedical has introduced comprehensive upgrades in laboratory equipment door, lid and

PCR Workstation

February 9, 2004 4:30 am | Articles | Comments

UV PCR Workstation brings together UV light and antimicrobial stainless steel to create a protective environment against PCR contamination. The unit's chamber can be decontaminated between procedures with high intensity shortwave 254 nm UV.

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