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UCLA, Tokyo University nanobiotechnology symposium at UCLA to highlight advances in nanomedicine

... Comprehensive Cancer Center; the David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA; the UCLA Department of Microbiology, Immunology and Molecular Genetics; and wako Pure Chemical Industries Ltd. For additional information including the complete symposium agenda, a list of speakers and abstracts visit www.cns...
Wako in Medical Products

CRP-HS Assay

Description:... The wako CRP-HS assay utilizes turbidimetric immunoassay methodology which is a high... ready-to-use, and can be adapted to most clinical chemistry analyzers. The wako CRP-HS assay has excellent performance in terms of precision, linearity, co...
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Wako in Biological News

Where we change our mind

... decision making in the cerebral cortex, which is responsible for high-level processing, has been "poorly studied and little understood," according to wako Yoshida and Shin Ishii of the Nara Institute of Science and Technology. Now, however, in an article in the June 1, 2006, Neuron, they describe experim...

New insights into the software of life

...eing. The findings of the consortium 'FANTOM', led by the Genomic Sciences Center, RIKEN Yokohama Institute and Genome Science Laboratory and RIKEN wako Institute, will be published today in two papers in the prestigious journal Science. Spokesman for the IMB team Professor David Hume, who has been...
Wako in Biological Products

S. cerevisiae Direct Transformation Kit from Wako Chemicals USA, Inc.

Description: This kit is designed for easy transformation of the budding yeast, Saccharoyces sp.. The protocol allows for successful transformation simply by mixing a plasmid DNA and the kit reagents with cultured yeast cells. No complicated steps, such as centrifugation or cell washing, are required. The kit i...
Company:Wako Chemicals USA, Inc.

S. cerevisiae Direct Transformation Kit from Wako Chemicals USA, Inc.

Description: This kit is designed for easy transformation of the budding yeast, Saccharoyces sp.. The protocol allows for successful transformation simply by mixing a plasmid DNA and the kit reagents with cultured yeast cells. No complicated steps, such as centrifugation or cell washing, are required. The kit i...
Company:Wako Chemicals USA, Inc.
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