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  • QuickExtract™ FFPE DNA Extraction Kit From Epicentre Biotechnologies

    QuickExtract™ FFPE DNA Extraction Kit From Epicentre Biotechnologies

    EPICENTRE Biotechnologies
    Thursday, January 15, 2009
    Archival formalin-fixed paraffin-embedded (FFPE) specimens represent a valuable resource of clinical specimens that are suitable for a variety of research protocols. Recent advances in DNA and RNA ... read more
  • RNeasy FFPE Kit From Qiagen

    RNeasy FFPE Kit From Qiagen

    Friday, December 21, 2007
    Tissue samples in basic research studies of both plants and animals are often modified chemically to preserve biological integrity and allow for long-term storage. However, nucleic acids present in ... read more
  • High Pure FFPE RNA Micro Kit From Roche

    High Pure FFPE RNA Micro Kit From Roche

    Roche Applied Science
    Thursday, May 21, 2009
    Formalin-fixed, paraffin-embedded (FFPE) tissue is a valuable source of clinical material for research purposes. Consequently, is it important that researchers are able to utilize this resource ... read more
  • Panlab LE8710M Rodent Treadmill (for locomotor-fatigue and metabolism studies) From Harvard Apparatus

    Panlab LE8710M Rodent Treadmill (for locomotor-fatigue and metabolism studies) From Harvard Apparatus

    BTX Harvard Apparatus
    Monday, June 08, 2009
    While mechanized treadmills have existed for close to a century, it is only recently that such devices have been miniaturized and tailored for the study of animal locomotion and metabolism. ... read more
  • Harvard Apparatus Microincubators

    Harvard Apparatus Microincubators

    BTX Harvard Apparatus
    Thursday, January 27, 2005
    To perform cell biology, neuroscience and physiology experiments realistically a relevant temperature must be used and maintained for the duration of experimental measurements. Imaging and microscopy... read more
  • Harvard Apparatus’ Amika Spincolumns

    Harvard Apparatus’ Amika Spincolumns

    BTX Harvard Apparatus
    Wednesday, February 05, 2003
    One particularly stubborn obstacle in proteomic research is the detection of very rare proteins. And, since the molar ratio of the most abundant protein to the rarest protein in a cell can approach 10... read more
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