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Seegene Multi-Pathogen Detection Tests Now Compati...

Rockville, MD, April 23, 2008: Seegene today announced that its Seeplex(R) multi-pathogen tests are now optimized for Lab 901’s ScreenTape(R)  and Caliper LifeSciences’ LC90(R)  automated detection systems. Compatibility with these two leading detection systems opens the way for Seeplex tests to be used throughout a wide spectrum of labs, from small to mid-sized labs to large commercial reference...

Biological Drugs Spurring an Evolution in Injectab...

(Amherst, NH) – The success of recombinant protein drugs such as Enbrel, Remicade, and Herceptin in treating refractory conditions is fueling the search for protein and peptide-based therapeutic agents in oncology, inflammation and a host of other disease classes. Led by the proliferation of antibody-based drug candidates, biological drugs as a class continue to outpace all other NCEs in development pipelines and...

Bio-Synthesis Expands Dye Labeling Licensing

We are happy to announce that Biosearch Technologies of Novato, California, have extended Bio-Synthesis Inc, of Lewisville, Texas their line of Fluorescent dyes and quenchers for use in biomedical research applications. End users who source Biosearch dyes for any purpose other than non-commercial R&D applications will still be required to contact the Biosearch Technologies Licensing Department to obtain a Commercial Use...

New Multi-channel Microplate Reader from Anthos

Complete with comprehensive on-board software for qualitative, quantitative and kinetic applications, integral shaking, and extensive memory for both results and methods storage the Anthos MultiRead 400 stand-alone reader offers the laboratory versatility, reliability and fast reading times. Incorporating digital light control to optimise long term stability and an automatic self-test and calibration procedure, quality...

Burnham Institute Selects Labcyte Acoustic Liquid ...

Sunnyvale, CA November 15, 2007 – Labcyte Inc. will supply Burnham Institute for Medical Research (Burnham) with more than $2.3 million worth of Echo® liquid handlers for use in screening large biological libraries. The systems will be installed at both the Institute’s LaJolla, (CA) and Lake Nona, Orlando (FL) campuses. These instruments will be part of the world’s largest screening system and will...

Brady labelling technology

Brady’s proven labelling technology protects against the potential disaster of being unable to identify a sample due to the label falling off! Laboratory labelling presents many challenges: labels may be subjected to hostile environments, solvents and other chemicals and extreme temperatures. They are also applied to widely varying surfaces and sample shapes and sizes. Sometimes, as in field sampling, labels have to be...
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