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.
UK researchers are warning their fellow scientists to beware of contaminated commercial reagents, which could skew study results.
US chemists have developed a powerful method of selectively linking chemicals to proteins, in an advance that could transform the way drugs are developed, proteins are probed and molecules are tracked.
Researchers led by the Technical University of Munich (TUM) have synthesised a library of more than 330,000 reference peptides, representing essentially all canonical proteins of the human proteome.
EXAIR's Ion Air Cannon eliminates static electricity and cleans at distances up to 4.6 m, with no moving parts. It is suitable for benchtops, machine mounting and those hard-to-reach spaces that require a concentrated flow of static-eliminating ions.
Innova Biosciences has introduced a range of LATEX Bead Conjugation Kits. The simple-to-use, one-step kits are suitable for covalently conjugating antibodies, proteins and peptides (or any other biomolecule with an amine group) to specially treated latex beads without the need for extensive optimisation.