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.
Vanderbilt University has developed a Zika polyclonal antibody that recognises the human Zika envelope (E) protein and can be utilised for a range of applications to study the virus and its function.
The Smart Sinks Filtration Bin is a fully mobile system suitable for both indoor and outdoor applications. The unit is suitable for tradespeople needing to clean equipment when working in high-rise construction sites or remote locations.
The Microflex 93-833 with ERGOFORM is a certified ergonomic nitrile glove designed to reduce hand fatigue and muscle exertion associated with carpel tunnel syndrome.
Scientists have revealed the cleaning procedures that best protect Parkinson's disease (PD) researchers from alpha-synuclein, a protein that makes up Lewy bodies and Lewy neurites in PD patients and self-assembles into fibrils in vitro.
CHROMagar has developed a highly sensitive chromogenic medium, CHROMagar mSuperCARBA, which is suitable for the detection of gram-negative bacteria with a reduced susceptibility to most of the carbapenem agents.