Life science & clinical diagnostics instruments

AdipoGen Life Sciences ELISA kits

25 July, 2017 by | Supplied by: Sapphire Bioscience

AdipoGen Life Sciences has released its latest ELISA kits. The sandwich ELISAs can be used for the quantitative determination of analytes in a range of biological fluids.


Gene drives and the rapid rise of resistance

24 July, 2017 by Adam Florance

The latest research by a team from Cornell University has found that current approaches to gene drives may need to be rethought.


Enzo Life Sciences GFP-CERTIFIED Apoptosis/Necrosis Detection Kit

24 July, 2017 by | Supplied by: Sapphire Bioscience

The GFP-CERTIFIED Apoptosis/Necrosis Detection System from Enzo Life Sciences was specifically designed for use with GFP-expressing cell lines, as well as cells expressing blue or cyan fluorescent proteins.


Zeulab Proteon allergen test strips and kits

18 July, 2017 by | Supplied by: Novasys Group Pty Ltd

The checking of raw materials and the identification of critical points during food processing are of vital importance to avoid hidden allergens and cross-contaminations. Zeulab offers appropriate allergen detection tests for each food business.


The road to DNA repair

17 July, 2017 by

DNA molecules can be damaged by exposure to chemicals, UV light, radical oxygen and radiation. If left unrepaired, this damage could lead to genomic instability and cell death.


Thermo Fisher and SRI partner to enhance small molecule research

11 July, 2017 by

Life sciences company Thermo Fisher Scientific and research centre SRI International have announced a collaboration to enhance small molecule research. 


nanoAnalytics cellZscope2 impedance-based cell monitoring device

11 July, 2017 by | Supplied by: SciTech Pty Ltd

The cellZscope2 from nanoAnalytics is a device for measuring the transepithelial/endothelial impedance of cell layers under physiological conditions. Easy to operate and with a broad range of applications, it is particularly suitable for studying the influence of substances such as drugs, toxins, etc, on the barrier function of cell layers.


Sequencing completed for wild wheat, mutant rice genomes

10 July, 2017 by

The world of genomics just got a whole lot richer, with scientists completing sequencing for not one but two crop genomes over the past week.


DNA tracking could combat pest turtles

07 July, 2017 by

A Victorian government-commissioned study has confirmed that the eradication of an established pest species can be extremely resource-intensive and costly, and recommends investment in novel tools such as innovative monitoring techniques and improved prevention strategies.


Imaging CRISPR in action

03 July, 2017 by

US scientists have managed to generate near-atomic resolution snapshots of gene editing tool CRISPR, in a breakthrough that provides the structural data necessary for efforts to improve the efficiency and accuracy of CRISPR for biomedical applications.


Tecan Infinite 200 PRO multimode microplate readers

01 July, 2017 by | Supplied by: Tecan Australia

Tecan's Infinite 200 PRO series of multimode microplate readers has been updated to better serve the life sciences market, with a number of options and configurations designed to provide flexible and user-friendly solutions for entry-level research applications.


Illumina Bio-Rad Single Cell Sequencing Solution

01 July, 2017 by | Supplied by: Illumina Australia Pty Ltd

The Illumina Bio-Rad Single-Cell Sequencing Solution pairs Bio-Rad's Droplet Digital Technology with Illumina NGS library preparation and analysis technology to provide a comprehensive workflow for single-cell analysis.


Better managing antibiotic use in sepsis patients

30 June, 2017 by

UK researchers are taking part in a £1.5 million study aiming to antibiotic resistance in sepsis patients — the largest ever trial to look at biomarkers in the blood to see whether antibiotics should be continued or can be safely stopped.


Bruker B.I.QUANT-UR module of Avance IVDr NMR platform

27 June, 2017 by | Supplied by: Bruker Pty Ltd

Bruker has announced a product for the quantification of metabolites in urine using nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR). The B.I.QUANT-UR module of the company's Avance IVDr (In Vitro Diagnostics research) NMR platform is designed to provide precise, sensitive and fully reproducible results that have demonstrated potential in preclinical animal and clinical/translational research.


LBT Innovations completes CE mark certification for APAS

26 June, 2017 by

LBT Innovations and joint venture company Clever Culture Systems AG have completed a comprehensive essential requirements review of the extensive documentation and data packs related to the APAS technology and certify requirements are met for CE Marking.


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