P100 Blood Collection System is offered for use in clinical proteomics and biomarker discovery. In vitro degradation of plasma proteins begins during blood collection. P100 tubes contain proprietary protein stabilizers that solubilize during phlebotomy, enhancing preservation.
Combining chemistry and chromatographic techniques
The P100 Kit blood collection system is offered for use in clinical proteomics and biomarker discovery. The kit’s tubes contain proprietary protein stabilizers that rapidly solubilize during phlebotomy, enhancing preservation.
The Biuret Protein Assay is an addition to the Pro-Pure Proteomics Grade line of kits and is used to determine total protein concentration. Offered as convenient, ready-to-use product in a 1× formulation, the assay’s reagents are stable for up to 2 years.
LTQ Orbitrap a hybrid mass spectrometer is offered for small molecule research, drug discovery, proteomics, metabolite identification, and metabolomics.
Proteome databases are a collection of up-to-date information for characterized and uncharacterized proteins pertaining to mammalian and model organism proteomes. Researchers can easily retrieve details about proteins and their relationships. The new release incorporates a number of enhancements.
With the emergence of RNA interference (RNAi) as a powerful analytical tool in mammalian genetic screening, the RNA research field has seen a marked resurgence in its vitality.
The 4800 MALDI TOF/TOF Analyzer, for protein biomarker discover, combines the Applied Biosystems/MDS SCIEX TOF/TOF optics technology with the OptiBeam on-axis laser, which increases the number of ions directed into the ion path to increase sensitivity.
BioBank 㫨C automated sample library management system accommodates up to 984 SBS-footprint plates or cryotube trays for use in applications such as cell-based assays, bacterial clones, tissue banks, proteomics, DNA libraries and oligo stocks.
Signaling for Stem Cells By comparing two signaling networks, scientists, in a recent issue of
Researchers anticipate entry into biomarker discovery
Multicellular organisms have evolved complex intercellular signaling pathways to coordinate the activities of individual cells.
NIH finds Software for High-Throughput Screening
Life scientists seeking the "big picture" are recognizing the value of cell imaging techniques. Automated cell imaging arose from the need for more sophisticated drug discovery tools, principally at pharmaceutical and biotech companies
Silicon Graphics Prism is a flexible Linux OS-based visual computer product combines standards-based Intel Itanium 2 processors, the Linux operating environment, and graphics technology. Real-world applications such as cancer and proteomics research involve enormous amounts of data.
SpotReady series chips, from GWC Technologies, Inc., are offered for label-free array analysis of proteins and other biomolecules. These products are designed to work with the company’s SPRimager and SPRimagerII systems.
The microflex LT benchtop MALDI-TOF mass spectrometer (Bruker Daltonics) is offered for clinical proteomics and for the routine analysis of peptides, proteins and other large molecules. Due to a gridless ion source, this instrument provides sensitivity in both positive and negative ion mode.
The high-performance ultra-bright X-ray source MICROSTAR-H is for laboratory protein crystallography. Advances in anode design, electron and X-ray optics are incorporated to achieve high brightness and X-ray intensity, comparable to a typical second generation synchrotron beam-line.
The HPLC-chip/mass spectrometry (MS) system for protein identification is a microfluidics-based LC/MS technology reduces required sample sizes by integrating multiple functionalities on a single microfluidics-based chip.
The Proteomics n suite covers proteomics applications from top-down analysis to bottom-up sequencing and from high-throughput protein identification to automated protein quantification and biomarker discovery.
The LCMS-IT-TOF Liquid Chromatograph/Mass Spectrometer, a novel hybrid mass spectrometer for
The ChIP 1000 Chemical Inkjet Printer (Shimadzu Biotech) is a new tool for proteomics analysis (peptide fingerprint mapping), protein macroarray analysis, and nano-Western analysis. Developed in partnership with Proteome Systems Ltd.
Pronouncements of the “post genomic age” notwithstanding, genome sequencing is as relevant today as before the Human Genome Project began seventeen years and $2.7 billion ago. If the promise of genomics is ever to be realized, then clearly the most challenging sequencing work lies.
Improved NMR Use for Biological Solids
Analysts points to basis to success