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Canine CCL2 (JE; MCP-1) ELISA development Kit, DuoSet from R&D Systems

Description:...As on approximately fifteen 96-well plates, provided that the following conditions are met:2 1. For assaying serum samples, each laboratory should develop and validate its own serum diluent. We suggest starting with PBS supplemented with 10 - 50% fetal calf serum. The serum diluent must not be used to di...
Company:R&D Systems

Detection Reagents; Design; Development and Application from QualTek Molecular Laboratories

Description:... Use our experts and resources to develop reagent systems for your applications....
Company:QualTek Molecular Laboratories

Cell Culture Services from Affinity Life Sciences, Inc

Description:...Using various production methods such as roller bottles, hollow fiber, and bioreactor technologies, Affinity Life Sciences can optimize production and develop specific formulations and conditions for your cell line to improve performance and quality. Production and testing is also documented in our cGMP comp...
Company:Affinity Life Sciences, Inc

NanoChip 400 System from Nanogen

Description:...array, the NanoChip cartridge, which may be reused until all tests sites have been utilized. This open system provides laboratories the flexibility to develop a variety of "homebrew assays. As the NanoChip arrays are built by users rather than containing pre-determined content, the system provides a simple, ...
Company:Nanogen

Fragment-based Screening Services from ActiveSight

Description:... Fragment-based screening involves the binding of drug-like fragments to the active sites of crystallized protein drug targets, allowing scientists to develop novel, high-affinity inhibitors. Relying on state-of-the-art Rigaku X-ray crystallography automation, ActiveSight can screen up to 100 protein structu...
Company:ActiveSight

ImageXpressULTRA from Molecular Devices

Description:...plete software solution for screening acquisition, image storage and analysis. MetaXpress enables users to select a standard image analysis routine or develop custom protocols to fit the researcher's specific needs. The system features four solid-state lasers providing up to 4 simultaneous excitation wavel...
Company:Molecular Devices

Equine TNF alpha ELISA development Kit, Screening Set from Endogen

Description:... Endogens Screening Sets contain the basic components and protocol required to develop five colorimetric sandwich ELISA plates for quantitation of a specific protein in 100 l/well of cell culture supernate. Every Screening Set contains C...
Company:Endogen

Contract Protein Services from Novexin Ltd

Description:...ke, cost-effective solutions for complex protein processing and production challenges. We will use our extensive expertise and experience to help you develop a solution to your problem and then uniquely, you may: do additional work/scale-up processes in Novexins labs transfer all methodo...
Company:Novexin Ltd

DNAscope AT from Biomedical Photometrics Inc.

Description:...cept in Microarrays: Biomedical Photometrics Inc. (Waterloo, Ontario, Canada) and CLONDIAG chip technologies GmbH (Jena, Germany) have collaborated to develop a fluorescence reader for the new CLONDIAG ArrayTube System. The DNAscope AT is based on BPIs patented MACROscope technology. The new DNAscope AT aut...
Company:Biomedical Photometrics Inc.
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