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Agilent Technologies introduced a new version of its Multiple Affinity Removal System (MARS), the Human-14, which removes 95 percent to 99 percent of the 14 most abundant proteins from human blood serum and plasma.
Applied Biosystems released the first TaqMan assays for microRNA (miRNA) analysis that are configured in an array format.
TTP LabTech’s mosquito automates hanging drop plate set-up by aliquoting protein solution from a single source column to all 96 adhesive-free 'windows' on a hanging drop plate seal.
Beckman Coulter introduces the Microfuge 16 benchtop centrifuge that spins at 16,163 x g (14,800 RPM) for fast pelleting or isolation of DNA, RNA, proteins, and viruses.
Sigma-Aldrich’s ProteoPrep 20 LC Column removes more biological noise, allowing proteomic researchers to delve deeper into the plasma proteome with less fractions to assess in the analysis phase.
Gatan Inc. launched th XuM for its range of imaging products for the scanning electron microscope. The XuM utilizes a SEM as a host instrument to enable x-ray imaging of the internal structure of objects with resolutions down to less than 100nm.
Nikon Instruments’ BioStation CT is a self-contained cell culture observation device and monitoring system to conduct live cell imaging locally or by remote operation over a network.
JEOL’s JSM-7001F features a lens field emission gun that delivers more than 200 nA of beam current to the sample.
Leica’s SD6000 Spinning Disk Confocal module is designed for observing differentiation processes, intracellular transport, cell division, and dynamics of the cytoskeleton over long periods of time.
The Nova NanoSEM 30 series from FEI is a field emission SEM series that features new low kV performance, high current, and high-resolution operation in low vacuum.
Carl Zeiss SMT presents the newly designed EVO LS microscope series scanning electron microscope (SEM) built on the foundations laid by the EVO series.