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The New Eppendorf Forensic DNA Grade Consumables

By | April 25, 2017

Eppendorf confirms the compliance for every production lot and provides lot-specific certificates. 

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Bio-Rad Releases Labeled Antibodies

By | April 24, 2017

Fluorescent Multiplex Detection of Proteins in Western Blots

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INTEGRA offers a range of high quality multichannel reservoirs that feature reusable bases. 

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3 Dimensional Cell Culture in Hollow Fiber Bioreactors

By | April 10, 2017

Hollow fiber bioreactors (HFBRs) allow cells to be cultured at tissue-like densities over long periods of time. HFBRs are effective for in vitro assays and the generation of biologics. Download this white paper from FiberCell Systems to learn more.

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The new platform processes thousands of cells per day, providing scalable, sensitive, single-cell sequencing.

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The CellTram® 4 Air is a pneumatic injector ideal for gentle holding of cells.  

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Innova Biosciences introduces Biotin Check&Go! Kit

By | April 5, 2017

Conjugate Check&Go! Kit and is the Company’s second lateral flow product specific to antibody labeling.

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Automates data capture and cell assessment around-the-clock, inside the incubator 

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Advanced Analytical Technologies and TTP Labtech Alliance Delivers High-Throughput NGS Library Prep Solutions 

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The Scientist Swag: T-shirts for Science

By | March 23, 2017

Introducing: The Scientist Swag - Just when you thought your t-shirt collection had reached critical mass...

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