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Three new contract wins contributing a value of more than $2 million in 2017 with potential for long-term alliance development

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Innova to continue to provide custom bioconjugation services to support TTP’s Desktop Biology initiative

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This flexible instrument is capable of microbial fermentation as well as mammalian cell culture applications with a single platform.

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Fluorescent kits designed for use with ScreenChip System for automatic screening and phenotyping

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New online tools make sophisticated CRISPR guide design fast and easy for all researchers

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Save time with accurate quantitation of three proteins, enabling normalization, in a single blot   

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GE Healthcare has launched IN Cell Analyzer 6500HS, a third generation laser-based confocal imaging system

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image: Production of Monoclonal Antibodies from Hybridomas in a Hollow Fiber Bioreactor

Production of Monoclonal Antibodies from Hybridomas in a Hollow Fiber Bioreactor

By | June 6, 2017

The hollow fiber bioreactor (HFBR) was developed to more closely approximate in vivo cell growth conditions, and is ideal for the production of monoclonal antibodies from hybridoma cell lines. Find out more with this white paper from FiberCell Systems.

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The kits are compatible with poly(A) mRNA isolation and ribosomal RNA (rRNA) depletion, and libraries can be constructed from a substantially broader input range (5 ng to 1 µg of total RNA) at high yields. 

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Horizon’s CHO SOURCE Platform now incorporates exclusive ATUM vectors as standard 

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