GeneTex is conducting knockdown-based validation as a fundamental component of its antibody quality assurance process. To date, the compnany has evaluated over 500 products covering research topics such as apoptosis, metabolism, epithelial–mesenchymal transition and neurodegenerative diseases.
Merck's Advanced Proteomics Grade SOLu-Trypsin is a solution-stable enzyme for mass spectrometry. Designed to be stable in solution when refrigerated, the enzyme can be used immediately without preparation.
Peak Scientific has unveiled its Infinity XE 50 Series nitrogen generator. Designed to cater for numerous applications across a typical laboratory, from a single source solution, the series provides a variable flow of nitrogen gas ranging from 11 to 432 L/min and at purities up to 99.5%.
AdipoGen Life Sciences brings a comprehensive range of Notch signalling reagents to the market. The reagents are suitable for scientists requiring tools for cancer, T cell and developmental biology research.
Japanese researchers have reported the effect of a particular type of monoclonal antibody on epilepsy in mice, with promising results.
INTEGRA Biosciences offers a range of multichannel reagent reservoirs that feature re-usable bases. The environmentally friendly design allows users to re-use the sturdy base and only replace the disposable inserts.
CSIRO, in collaboration with the University of California, San Diego (UCSD), has designed a wearable, flexible glove biosensor that can detect the presence of OP compounds.
The new EN ISO 374 standard refines the required capabilities for gloves that protect workers whose hands are subject to chemical and/or microorganism exposure.