Researchers working at The Wistar Institute decipher the three-dimensional structure of a domain, or region, of the telomerase molecule.
A study led by Duke Prostate Center researchers suggests a diet low in carbohydrates may help stunt the growth of prostate tumors.
The Leica DMI3000 B inverted is designed for all manual fluorescence techniques and features a five-position fluorescence turret for the fluorescence filter cubes.
Active Motif now offers AKS v2.1 from Bioalm, which allows users to uncover bioentity relationships in more than eight million PubMed abstracts.
Fujifilm Life Science offers the LAS-4000, a luminescent image analyzer suited for multi-spectral Western blotting and in vivo imaging of small animals with expanded fluorescent capabilities.
Clontech’s new Mag-Trypsin (TPCK-trypsin immobilized on magnetic beads) allows trypsin to be removed from a protein digestion mixture using a magnetic separator after the reaction is complete.
EDP3 Adjustable Spacer, Rainin’s new generation of EDP3 electronic multichannel pipettes, allows users to change the nozzle spacing between 9-14mm (8-channel) or 9-19mm (6-channel).
Beckman Coulter Inc. offers the new nanoVette microliter accessory for DU 800 and DU 730 UV/Vis Spectrophotometers for DNA and protein applications.
New research provides clues about the causes of lupus symptoms and suggests specific new targeted treatment strategies.
Agilent Technologies, Inc., has introduced a microarray-based assay for microRNA (miRNA) expression profiling—delivering sensitivity and specificity while incorporating simple protocols for labeling and detection.
Used with Bio-Rad’s ProteOn XPR36 system, the three ProteOn XPR36 sensor chips combine advanced surface chemistries with an alternate approach to surface chemistry activation to optimize ligand-binding activity.
Bar Harbor BioTechnology offers The PerfectCircle, a suite of products comprised of GeneSieve Bioinformatics, StellARray Real-Time PCR arrays, and Global Pattern Recognition Bioanalysis applications.
A research team identifies a defective gene that affects vascular smooth-muscle cells in people who suffer from hereditary thoracic aortic disease.
The TaqMan Array Human MicroRNA Panel from Applied Biosystems can help researchers search for miRNA biomarkers associated with disease and accelerate research related to how microRNAs impact biological processes.