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SoluLinK Introduces ChromaLink(TM) Biotin Labeling Kit to Biotinylate and Measure With One Reagent
Date:1/29/2008

vices. Their proprietary bioconjugation linking chemistry is used to link proteins, oligonucleotides, peptides, and antibodies to each other or to a wide range of surfaces. Rapidly growing applications for SoluLinK's products include the conjugation of biomolecules for research assay, diagnostic, and pharmaceutical products. SoluLinK's proprietary ChromaLink Biotin Labeling Kit for biotinylation is one example. It is also the first product introduced from the pipeline of a new, easy to use kits that will help to enhance assay performance and measurement for customers in a broad range of large markets. SoluLinK markets these products both directly and through distributors and licensing partners world-wide. SoluLinK is a privately held company located in San Diego, California. For more information, please visit http://www.solulink.com.


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