Bench Buys

Piscataway, NJ-based Amersham Biosciences introduces PlusOne Clean-Up kits and reagents for IEF, SDS-PAGE, and 2-D electrophoresis sample preparation. The PlusOne kits use a protein precipitation method that overcomes problems associated with traditional techniques, such as incomplete precipitation, inaccurate quantitation, and incomplete protein recovery. Researchers can prepare samples in 90 minutes with these reagents. Amersham Biosciences (800) 526-3593 www.amershambiosciences.com Courtes

Aileen Constans
Jan 20, 2002
Piscataway, NJ-based Amersham Biosciences introduces PlusOne Clean-Up kits and reagents for IEF, SDS-PAGE, and 2-D electrophoresis sample preparation. The PlusOne kits use a protein precipitation method that overcomes problems associated with traditional techniques, such as incomplete precipitation, inaccurate quantitation, and incomplete protein recovery. Researchers can prepare samples in 90 minutes with these reagents.

Amersham Biosciences
(800) 526-3593
www.amershambiosciences.com


Courtesy of Synthetic Genetics

The DNAnchor Microarray Attachment Kit

Microarray Magic

Synthetic Genetics of San Diego introduces the DNAnchor™ Microarray Attachment Kit for construction of DNA microarrays. The kit uses novel terminal attachment chemistry that allows the DNA capture probe to easily hybridize with the target, yielding stronger signals. The three-step procedure can be performed in three hours.

Synthetic Genetics
(800) 562-5544
www.syntheticgenetics.com


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