Perry Scientific specializes in preclinical animal studies and offers a complete range of services, animal models and surgical techniques. Services include most types of "in vivo" studies, including oncology and toxicology models, as well as large animal and device studies.
MacConnell Research Corporation provides custom sequencing. Universal primers such as T7, T3, SP6, M13 forward and reverse are provided. Custom primers must be provided at a concentration of 1 pmol/μl. Between 750-1000 bases can typically be read per run, depending on DNA quality.
Kendrick Labs specializes in protein electrophoresis as a service for academia, federal institutions and industry. The company specializes in 2-D gel electrophoresis, a method that generally has a turnaround time of about a week.
GenUs BioSystems, Inc. bioarray service laboratory provides a full range of services related to bioarray experimentation, including sample preparation, sample quality analyses, processing of customer-provided RNA and DNA on bioarrays, and downstream data analysis.
Located in Woodridge, Ill., deCODE genetics' pharmaceuticals group offers chemistry-based drug
Charles River Laboratories has expanded its biopharmaceutical services business site. Now 34,000 square feet, the unit offers GMP-compliant biological drug development services.
ATG Laboratories offers cloning, expression, and purification services and for consulting in specialty areas. Cloning services include subcloning, PCR cloning, RT-PCR cloning, site-directed mutagenesis and DNA sequence analysis.
Ardais Corporation has expanded its portfolio of human tissue-based products and services with an array of immunohistochemistry (IHC) services.
Aldevron's protein group provides cloning, expression, and purification of recombinant proteins and antibodies for use in high throughput screening, in vivo studies, diagnostic kits, x-ray crystallography, and NMR spectroscopy.
Specializing in non-GMP processes, NBS labs has a long history of scale-up and optimization of both cell culture and fermentation processes.
From human beings to fruit flies, multicellular organisms depend for their survival on a precise series of actions at the cellular level. Every individual cell in the organism must sense and respond to external and internal signals and work in harmony with its neighbor cells in the organ or tissue. To accomplish this task, each cell possesses a system of molecular highways that allows it to respond appropriately to the environment.
by Elizabeth Tolchin Studying proteins at physiological conditions that are close to that in living cells often requires diluted nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR)
11/24/03 A new method identifies RNA-binding proteins involved in a variety of human diseases.
11/25/03Researchers fashioned a superior binding ligand from altered green fluorescent proteins (GFPs) that combines the high affinity and specificity of antibodies with the fluorescence that is ideal for detection.
by Elizabeth Tolchin Using the recently available Drosophila melanogaster genome sequence, a group of researchers predicted a total of 14,202 transcripts and built a genome-scale protein interaction map.