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Finger Lakes Instrumentation (FLI) Launches INCITE Cube Switcher

By | November 3, 2016

INCITE switches dichroics 10 times faster than traditional cude turrets. 

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image: Using Mouse-on-Mouse IHC Kits With Various Sample Types

Using Mouse-on-Mouse IHC Kits With Various Sample Types

By | November 3, 2016

Download this application note for a comparison of MOM IHC kits with various sample types.

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Biotix Introduces the New xTIP Line of Pipette Tips

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Analysis and compound design in drug discovery 

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Characterization of Immune Cell Infiltrates

By | October 27, 2016

Download this application note to see how Enzo's products were used to characterize immune cell infiltration in cardiac allograft vasculopathy explants using immunohistochemistry.

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The reason for misaligned tips lies in the widespread generic tip cone

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Even draws attention to further translational applications of 3D tissue models.

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launch of its TrueMethyl® Whole Genome (TMWG) integrated workflow system   

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image: New D-2.5 and D-50 Adjustable Volume, Single Channel Pipettes

New D-2.5 and D-50 Adjustable Volume, Single Channel Pipettes

By | October 26, 2016

BrandTech introduces the Transferpette® S Adjustable Volume, Single Channel pipette

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Download this application note to learn about the compatibility of Enzo's IHC reagents with automated slide stainers.

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