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Constructing Protein Arrays and Nanowires from DNA Tiles

October 1, 2003 6:52 am | Articles | Comments

by Elizabeth Tolchin Self-assembling DNA molecules can become molecular building blocks called "tiles" to construct protein arrays and nanowires, according to a group of researchers at Duke University.

High Speed Stepper Motor Controller (1887)

October 1, 2003 6:51 am | Articles | Comments

The Prior PCI High Speed Stepper Motor Controller controls motorized stages, joysticks, focus motors, filer wheels, shutters, all from within a PC. It is installed directly in the PC, and eliminates the need for a controller box.

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Nanosample RNA Amplification System (1885)

October 1, 2003 6:51 am | Articles | Comments

The NuGEN Technologies Ovation™ Nanosample RNA Amplification System uses the proprietary Ribo-SPIA™ process for global amplification of mRNA in total RNA.

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Array Design Software (1883)

October 1, 2003 6:51 am | Articles | Comments

ArrayScribe™ software enables researchers to design high-density microarrays. ArrayScribe

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Fluorescent Protein Cell Analysis (1881)

October 1, 2003 6:51 am | Articles | Comments

The Guava Technologies PCA-96 AFP (Auto-Fluorescing Protein) system allows researchers to determine the relative levels of fluorescing proteins produced by individual cells in a culture and to screen 96 such cultures in a single instrument run.

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Bioreactor For Cardiovascular Tissue Engineering (1879)

October 1, 2003 6:51 am | Articles | Comments

The ITEMS (Intelligent Tissue Engineering via Mechanical Stimulation) BioReactor™ from EnduraTEC Systems Corporation can significantly aid researchers in growing tissue engineered blood vessels and other cardiovascular tissues.

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Microwave Peptide Synthesizer (1877)

October 1, 2003 6:51 am | Articles | Comments

CEM Corporation's Odyssey™ System provides microwave-enhanced peptide synthesis that is fast, and that produces clean peptides and high yields. Peptides can be synthesized in 2 hours, and cycle times are less than 10 minutes.

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Maximizing The Yield Of Full-Length RNA From An In Vitro Transcription Reaction

September 17, 2003 6:26 am | Articles | Comments

The quality and quantity of RNA produced in an in vitro transcription reaction depends upon a number of factors, including RNA transcript size, template concentration, reaction time and temperature. These parameters can be modified to optimize the yield of full-length RNA from the transcription reaction.

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High Speed Stepper Motor Controller

September 17, 2003 6:25 am | Articles | Comments

The Prior PCI High Speed Stepper Motor Controller controls motorized stages, joysticks, focus motors, filer wheels, shutters, all from within a PC. It is installed directly in the PC, and eliminates the need for a controller box.

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Nanosample RNA Amplification System

September 17, 2003 6:25 am | Articles | Comments

The NuGEN Technologies Ovation™ Nanosample RNA Amplification System uses the proprietary Ribo-SPIA™ process for global amplification of mRNA in total RNA.

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Fluorescent Protein Cell Analysis

September 17, 2003 6:25 am | Articles | Comments

The Guava Technologies PCA-96 AFP (Auto-Fluorescing Protein) system allows researchers to determine the relative levels of fluorescing proteins produced by individual cells in a culture and to screen 96 such cultures in a single instrument run.

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Array Design Software

September 17, 2003 6:25 am | Articles | Comments

ArrayScribe™ software enables researchers to design high-density microarrays. ArrayScribe

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Microwave Peptide Synthesizer

September 17, 2003 6:25 am | Articles | Comments

CEM Corporation's Odyssey™ System provides microwave-enhanced peptide synthesis that is fast, and that produces clean peptides and high yields. Peptides can be synthesized in 2 hours, and cycle times are less than 10 minutes.

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Bioreactor For Cardiovascular Tissue Engineering

September 17, 2003 6:25 am | Articles | Comments

The ITEMS (Intelligent Tissue Engineering via Mechanical Stimulation) BioReactor™ from EnduraTEC Systems Corporation can significantly aid researchers in growing tissue engineered blood vessels and other cardiovascular tissues.

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Tissue Arrayer (1859)

September 17, 2003 6:25 am | Articles | Comments

Advanced Tissue Arrayer (ATA-100) makes tissue microarrays from formalin-fixed, paraffin-embedded normal and tumor tissues, cell lines, xenographs and transgenic animals. A stereo microscope and movable stage provide dual viewing of the reference slide (H&E or IHC stained) and donor tissue block.

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