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.
The Alfa Laval rotary jet head tank cleaning device is designed for marine, hygienic, biotechnology and pharmaceutical applications. It is available in various sizes and different configurations covering any tank size.
Ansell has announced the Microflex 93-260, claimed to be the thinnest, chemical-resistant, single-use glove available on the market. The product offers tough protection against a broad range of chemicals while still providing the dexterity and tactility of a thin, disposable glove.
GE Healthcare has announced an exclusive licensing agreement with Canada's STEMCELL Technologies that will see the latter provide its T-cell reagents for commercial-scale cell therapy production.
Cayman Chemical's peroxide-free fatty acids are packaged in small aliquots in individual, oxygen-free, sealed ampules. The PUFAs are intended for analytical and research applications where absence of oxidised adducts is desired.