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Europium in Medical Technology

OmegaGenesis Unveils Novel Nanotechnology Platform With Broad Biomedical Applications

... generate large-scale quantities of the nano-scale europium hydroxide rods, which were first developed at the ...s. The company has established non-toxicity of the europium hydroxide nanorods in lab testing for human applic...f 2009. "The angiogenic properties of the europium hydroxide nanorods open up a diverse set of biomed...
Europium in Medical Products

RUBYstar

Description:... The RUBYstar enables highly sensitive time-resolved fluorescence detection by applying europium chelate or cryptate fluorophores. These compounds are excited with the high-energy laser and show long fluorescence lifetimes (several hundred microse...
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Europium in Biological News

Luminescence shines new light on proteins

...s of biology, it can be done using microscopes in the laboratory so it's non-invasive." The researchers found that only one enantiomer of certain europium and terbium complexes bound selectively to a drug binding site of the protein serum albumin, and that the luminescence changed dramatically. Prof Park...
Europium in Biological Technology

Efficient Europium Labeling of Lymphokine-Activated Killer Cells Using the Gene Pulser II with RF Module, Rev C

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BRAHMS, Cezanne and Lumiphore Announce Partnership for Diagnostic Tests

...try (J.M. Lehn, 1987) and will use Lumiphore's next generation terbium-donors in some of its future assays. "Using Lumi4(R)-Tb to replace the current europium Cryptate will not only increase sensitivity of BRAHMS diagnostic tests, but will also allow the development of multiplexed assays - measuring 3-4 para...

Frost & Sullivan Recognizes Cisbio Bioassays for Technology Innovation

...ion HTRF technology, HTRF Terbium, Cisbio Bioassays has been able to improve assay performance over its previous generation HTRF, which was based on a europium cryptate," notes Dr. Basu. "With the novel Tag-lite(TM) technology based on HTRF Terbium, Cisbio Bioassays has made possible the characterization of t...

Europium discovery

... his doctoral student at the time discovered that europium becomes superconducting at 1.8 K (-456 F) and 80 G... titled "Pressure-induced Superconducting State of europium Metal at Low Temperatures." Schilling's researc...nce Foundation, Division of Materials Research. europium belongs to a group of elements called the rare ear...

SAFC Hitech(TM) Expands Electronic Materials Portfolio With the Introduction of Scintillation Crystal Growth Halides

...hallium doped sodium iodide." Lanthanum and cerium bromides [LaBr(3)] and [CeBr(3)] are available from SAFC Hitech, as well as barium, strontium and europium halides in addition to thallium, sodium and cesium iodides as part of their Crystal Growth Halides premiere product offer. "We have a broader portfoli...

HTRF IP-One Assay Performed on the PHERAstar and RUBYstar Plate Readers

... just as IBMX action prevents cAMP degradation. In its final configuration, it brings into play a highly specific MAb coupled to europium cryptate and the IP1 conjugated to the new HTRF acceptor, d2. This tiny proprietary molecule, with photophysical characteristi...

Time gated separation of lanthanide luminescence

...tems. In this Application Note, two lanthanide complexes comprising an encapsulating complex with benzophenone antenna chromophore (L, see Fig. 1) and europium (Eu) or terbium (Tb) ions are investigated using time-gated spectroscopy with the FluoroMax -P. Experiment & R...

DELFIA Protein Kinase assays.

...ery laboratories in the UK and USA. Braunwalder et al. Measurement of the protein tyrosine kinase activity of c-src using time-resolved fluorometry of europium chelates. Anal. Biochem. 238, 159-164 (1996). Visit lifesciences.perkinelmer.com/referencedb for more references. For more information please...
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