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Large Capacity Flask (4917)

January 20, 2005 7:00 am | Articles | Comments

New 225 cm 2 NUNC EasYFlask is equipped with a system that allows opening or closing the flask by a mere one-third turn of the cap. Maximum airflow underneath the flask optimizes temperature equilibration during incubation, even when stacked.

Basic Media (4915)

January 20, 2005 7:00 am | Articles | Comments

Miltenyi Biotec has recently introduced the MACS basic media product line comprising RPMI and DMEM with classical formulations and modifications thereof with stable glutamine. RPMI and DMEM are used for a broad spectrum of applications.

Heavy Wall Filter Flasks (4913)

January 20, 2005 7:00 am | Articles | Comments

Kimble and Kontes have upgraded all of their filter flasks, which now feature a heavier, more uniform bead for less chipping and maximum durability. Heavier walls mean less chance of breakage during vacuum filtration. Beaded bottoms increase scratch resistance.


Reduced Serum Media Formulations (4911)

January 20, 2005 7:00 am | Articles | Comments

Gibco Advanced D-MEM/F-12 and Advanced RPMI 1640 reduced serum media formulations enable researchers involved in mammalian cell culture to reduce Fetal Bovine Serum (FBS) supplementation by 50 to 90 percent with little or no change in cell growth, promotion, morphology or function.

Optical Imaging Multiple Well Plate (4909)

January 20, 2005 7:00 am | Articles | Comments

New 384 well optical imaging microplate for high content screening is manufactured using a molding process that ensures flat well bottoms and well-to-well uniformity. The dimensional stability of this plate ensures that microscope refocusing is minimized for higher throughput imaging.

Biomass Monitor (4907)

January 20, 2005 7:00 am | Articles | Comments

The entry-level Biomass Monitor Model 210 provides a real-time record of the viable cell concentration, allowing users to see those critical process events.

Competent Cells (4905)

January 20, 2005 7:00 am | Articles | Comments

ATCC has introduced E. coli competent cells and SOC Medium for researchers who utilize transformation in the study of gene expression, cloning, and other applications. GC5 and GC10 cells consistently show transformation efficiencies of >10 9 , and are are resistant to lytic phages T1 and T5.

Hollow Fiber, Scale-up System (4903)

January 20, 2005 7:00 am | Articles | Comments

FiberCell® Systems Duet™ hollow fiber modules are offered for cell culture scale-up for antibody and recombinant protein production.


Advances in Live Cell Imaging

January 19, 2005 10:47 am | Articles | Comments

Imaging living samples of cells or other organisms in real time places new demands on the microscope, the chamber needed to support the sample and the microscopist. This article details recent efforts to answer the first two of these areas.


RNase Undetectable In Water After Ultrafiltration

January 19, 2005 10:38 am | Articles | Comments

Highly purified water has become a standard tool in molecular biology. Techniques such as reverse osmosis, electrodeionization, ultrafiltration, and chemical treatments provide water of varying quality and utility. Water quality specifications differ for applications such as liquid chromatography, in situ hybridizations, single nucleotide polymorphism analysis, and DNA amplification.

Ambit Biosciences’ Trio of Screening Collaborations 1/19/05

January 19, 2005 9:47 am | Articles | Comments

Bristol-Myers Squibb, GlaxoSmithKline, Pfizer

Cracking the Histone Code 1/18/05

January 18, 2005 11:18 am | Articles | Comments

The “elaborate cascade of histone modifications”


Weekly News Roundup 1/14/05

January 14, 2005 11:13 am | Articles | Comments

Sharing Designs for custom microarrays


Anti-mPDCA-1 Antibodies

January 13, 2005 11:09 am | Articles | Comments

For specific detection and isolation of murine plasmacytoid dendritic cells (mPDCs), these

Software Supports High-Throughput Screening 1/13/05

January 13, 2005 10:42 am | Articles | Comments

Sharing data at NIH Chemical Genomics Center



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