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Promega Sells Rights to DNA Technology to Chemicon Intl.

...is Promega Corporation and Chemicon International, Inc. announced today a sub-license agreement in which Chemicon may use and apply Madison-based promegas DNA-directed, RNA interference (ddRNAi) technology. Under the agreement, Chemicon, California-based division of Serologicals Corporation, will hav...

Life Sciences: Wisconsin - The Smart Choice Part Two

... of Wisconsins infrastructure for helping bioscience ideas grow into products and services. Why Wisconsin? Wisconsin supports and enhances promegas key values: continued innovation, customer responsiveness and quality of life. Close proximity to worldclass research institutions, such as the Univer...

Promega spins off RFID 'smart appliance' company

... the Promega system. Sylvia Thomas, floor manager at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center , whose department of cardiology beta tested promegas proprietary RFID technology, said placing all the information in one place makes storage far easier. Administrators are now kept in the inventory loop...

Promegas Multiplexed Luciferase Reporter and Cell Viability Assays performed on the PHERAstar

...ase Reporter and Cell Viability Assays promegas luminescent CellTiter-Glo assay was multiplexed ...eporter gene signal for cell viability, promegas CellTiter-Glo assay was multiplexed with either ...ties up to 1536-wells. * See promegas website for patent marking information ...

Promegas Multiplexed Cell Viability and Apoptosis Assays performed on the PHERAstar

...ng Cell Viability and Apoptosis Assays promegas fluorescent CellTiter-Blue cell viability ... Results and Discussion promegas CellTiter-Blue assay multiplexed with either Cas... the same assay well. * See promegas website for patent marking information ...

Performance Comparisons of Commercial RT-PCR Systems

...es, 55C for 30 minutes, and (denaturation) 95C for 5 minutes. For PCR, incubations were 94C for 30 seconds and 65C for 5 minutes (30 cycles). With promegas Access RT-PCR system, cDNA synthesis included incubations at 48C for 45 minutes and (denaturation) 94C for 2 minutes; for PCR, incubations were 94...
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