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nano25 from Hudson Control Group, Inc.

Description:... Low volume pipetting is increasingly essential for reducing sample and waste volumes in DNA sequencing and other biochemical applications. The eight-channel nano25 delivers with performance and precision unparalleled in the industry. Features: Real-time documented ...
Company:Hudson Control Group, Inc.

Dictionary of Biochemistry & Molecular Biology from Promega

Description:... short but informative entries on current biochemistry & molecular biology, arranged under more than 17,000 headwords. Entries give details of biochemical substances and the processes in which they are involved and define methods and concepts in molecular ....
Company:Promega

MHC Volume 2 from Promega

Description:... the structure of MHC proteins and in their function as antigen-presenting molecules. Many immunology labs are now faced with the prospect of tackling biochemical and genetic techniques in order to study these molecules and these two Practical Approach volumes provide the ideal introduction. MHC 2 is ...
Company:Promega

microPET Focus 120 from CTI Molecular Imaging, Inc.

Description:... and research applications. More about PET.PET is a unique imaging technology that provides information to the user about the living organisms biochemical processes and location of disease at the molecular ....
Company:CTI Molecular Imaging, Inc.

microPET R4 from CTI Molecular Imaging, Inc.

Description:... and research applications. More about PET.PET is a unique imaging technology that provides information to the user about the living organisms biochemical processes and location of disease at the molecular ....
Company:CTI Molecular Imaging, Inc.

microPET Focus 220 from CTI Molecular Imaging, Inc.

Description:... and research applications. More about PET.PET is a unique imaging technology that provides information to the user about the living organisms biochemical processes and location of disease at the molecular ....
Company:CTI Molecular Imaging, Inc.

PW 384 from Tecan

Description:... steps to index the wash head are required. Performance Tunable dispense speed and vacuum levels for best results with both Cellular Assays and biochemical Assays Precise depth positioning of wash head allows adjustment of the amount of residual volume to application needs Easy integration into ...
Company:Tecan

Hydrophobic ProteinChip Arrays from Ciphergen

Description:... of proteins from biological samples. A variety of ProteinChip chemical surfaces allow differential capture of proteins according to their unique biochemical properties. Each chip has eight different spots, allowing side-by-side sample comparison, and the chips are color-coded with a unique hydrophobic ...
Company:Ciphergen

Hydrophilic ProteinChip Arrays from Ciphergen

Description:... of proteins from biological samples. A variety of ProteinChip chemical surfaces allow differential capture of proteins according to their unique biochemical properties. Each chip has eight different spots, allowing side-by-side sample comparison, and the chips are color-coded with a unique hydrophobic ...
Company:Ciphergen

Cation Exchange ProteinChip Arrays from Ciphergen

Description:... of proteins from biological samples. A variety of ProteinChip chemical surfaces allow differential capture of proteins according to their unique biochemical properties. Each chip has eight different spots, allowing side-by-side sample comparison, and the chips are color-coded with a unique hydrophobic ...
Company:Ciphergen

Immobilized Metal affinity ProteinChip Arrays from Ciphergen

Description:... of proteins from biological samples. A variety of ProteinChip chemical surfaces allow differential capture of proteins according to their unique biochemical properties. Each chip has eight different spots, allowing side-by-side sample comparison, and the chips are color-coded with a unique hydrophobic ...
Company:Ciphergen

Anion Exchange ProteinChip Arrays from Ciphergen

Description:... of proteins from biological samples. A variety of ProteinChip chemical surfaces allow differential capture of proteins according to their unique biochemical properties. Each chip has eight different spots, allowing side-by-side sample comparison, and the chips are color-coded with a unique hydrophobic ...
Company:Ciphergen

Pyrophosphate Fluorometric (Blue) Assay Kit, EnzChek® from Molecular Probes (Invitrogen)

Description:... Kit provides a fast, convenient and inexpensive spectrophotometric method for measuring the inorganic pyrophosphate (PPi ) produced by a number of biochemical reactions, such as DNA and RNA polymerizations, cyclic AMP formation by the enzyme adenylate cyclase and the enzymatic activation of fatty acids ...
Company:Molecular Probes (Invitrogen)

CromoCenAGN SC - Powder with supplement A5012 from AppliChem GmbH

Description:... Salmonella (except S. thyphi) and total coliforms from other Gram-negative bacteria. The detection takes a maximum of 24 hours, needs no additional biochemical tests, no sterilization during preparation and performs a higher diagnostic specificity and sensitivity than with the conventional media designed for ...
Company:AppliChem GmbH

Anti-Heat Shock Protein 75 (hsp75) (TRAP-1) Ab-2 Monoclonal Antibody, Unconjugated from Lab Vision

Description:... by both geldanamycin and radicicol indicating that TRAP-1 has functions that are distinct from those of hsp90. It was also found that TRAP-1 had a biochemical activity to refold denatured retinoblastoma protein (Rb) into its native conformation. Species Reactivity: Human. Others-not ....
Company:Lab Vision

RapidCycler 2 Instrument from Idaho Technology Inc.

Description:... The RapidCycler is the first instrument engineered to match the speed of biochemical reactions and is used by thousands of research centers worldwide. It uses 1.5 mm Roche LightCycler Capillary tubes which are ideally suited for ...
Company:Idaho Technology Inc.
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