Hugo Sachs Elektronik, a Harvard Apparatus Company, announced its new Isolated Heart Perfusion Systems Guide featuring the Biventricular Working Heart System—a turnkey isolated heart system.LISTED UNDER: Physiological Research Equipment
Harvard Apparatus has introduced 10 new German-made surgical kits. These kits are designed for use with mice, rats, guinea pigs and larger subjects, for applications including isolated heart, isolated organ, microsurgery, microdialysis, major surgery and minor surgery.LISTED UNDER: Surgical Equipment
Coulbourn Instruments launched the SMART 3.0 Advanced Video Tracking System for researchers. Applications include standard tracking and spontaneous activity (distance, speed, time, entries in zones, mobility, low/high activity etc.).LISTED UNDER: Diagnostic and Monitoring Equipment
The price, smell and color should have been clear tipoffs something was wrong with shipments of horsemeat that were fraudulently labeled as beef, French authorities said Thursday. The economy minister pinned the bulk of the blame on a French wholesaler at the heart of the growing scandal in...LISTED UNDER: Others
Crescendo Biologics announces the Crescendo Mouse using antibody fragment technology that allows the efficient generation of high-quality fully human single domain antibody VH fragments from a transgenic mouse. VH fragments are next-generation antibody-based therapeutic proteins that have applications beyond the scope of full length antibodies.
Sigma Life Science, the biological products and services business of Sigma-Aldrich, announced that its SAGE Labs initiative has successfully used its proprietary CompoZr Zinc Finger Nuclease (ZFN) technology to generate knock-in rats in which foreign genes have been inserted, or ‘knocked-in’, into the rat genome in a precisely targeted manner.
Crescendo Biologics has established a colony of engineered mice completely devoid of endogenous antibody polypeptides. The proprietary ‘triple knockout’ mice are believed to be unique and have the immunoglobulin heavy chain (IgH), kappa light chain and lambda light chain loci all functionally silenced by large-scale genomic deletion.