Carrier

News Carrier

  • AFM Tips from the Microwave

    Scientists from the Friedrich-Schiller-University Jena (Germany) were successful in improving a fabrication process for Atomic Force Microscopy (AFM) probe tips. Atomic Force Microscopy is able to scan surfaces so that even tiniest nano structures become visible. Knowledge about these structures is more

  • Cell phones that protect against deadly chemicals? Why not?

    Do you carry a cell phone? Today, chances are it's called a "smartphone" and it came with a three-to-five megapixel lens built-in—not to mention an MP3 player, GPS or even a bar code scanner. This 'Swiss-Army-knife' trend represents the natural progression of technology—as chips become smaller/more more

  • Sniffing out terrorists

    A new intelligent system has been developed to help identify terrorists carrying explosives. Sensitive electronic noses capture the smell of the explosives; the system processes the acquired data, correlates it with individuals’ movements … and ultimately tracks down the suspects. Literally hundred more

All news on carrier

White papers Carrier

  • Analysis of the DNA Methylation Patterns at the BRCA1 CpG Island

    Germ-line alterations of the BRCA1 gene confer a lifetime risk of 40% for ovarian cancers and of 40%-80% for ­breast cancers. It is likely that BRCA1 acts as a tumor suppressor gene. BRCA1 involvement in breast cancers does not seem to be restricted to familial cancers. Despite the absence of somatic mutations in the breast tissues, a down regulation of BRCA1 expression is associated with malignancy in human sporadic breast cancers. more

  • Quantification of BRCA1 Expression Level Using Standard RT-PCR Reagents - a Sensitive Method for the Detection of Low Amounts of Transcripts

    Mutations in the breast cancer susceptibility gene, BRCA1, occur in the majority of families with multiple members affected with breast or ovarian cancer. Women who inherit a BRCA1 mutation have 40%-80% risk of developing breast cancer or ovarian cancer. However, up to 90% of breast cancers are sporadic, and mutations in BRCA1 seem to be a rare event in sporadic breast tumors. more

  • Fugene® HD Transfection Reagent: Superior Performance for Challenging Expression Studies

    The ability to efficiently introduce foreign molecules into cells constitutes an important tool in any laboratory and facilitates studies of gene regulation and protein function. A plethora of transfection methods have been developed for transfer of DNA into mammalian and animal cells. Those methods either utilize the physicochemical properties of the vector-carrier of the DNA or use mammalian viruses. In the first group of methods, some classic techniques are well-known, such as: calcium phosphate, DEAE-dextran, electroporation liposome-mediated delivery, direct microinjection/biolistic particle delivery, and non-liposomal multi-component reagents. Viral vector systems use both DNA (Adeno-) and RNA (Retro-, Lenti-) viruses. more

All white papers on carrier

Websites Carrier

Ineos Silicas : Silica and Alumina Technology

desiccant silica zeolite or sodium aluminosilicate liquid sodium silicate sodium silicate water glass silica gel micronised precipitated silica silica hydrogel sodium silicate granules INEOS Silicas is a world leader in silica and alumina technology, with over 900 employees and 8 manufacturing sites more

Flamel Technologies, Inc

info@flamel.com Company | Technologies and Products | Investor Relations | Press Releases | Contact   Nicolas Flamel (1330-1418) was a French alchemist in the Middle Ages... learn more Flamel Technologies is a leading drug delivery company which has leveraged its expertise in polymer chemistry to cr more

Arzeda Corp | about | Infinite possibilities for biocatalysis

Infinite Possibilities for Biocatalysis Home About Technology News / Events Contact ARZEDA CORP. 2722 Eastlake Ave E Suite 150 Seattle, WA 98102 - USA phone: +1.206.402.6506 email: info@arzeda.com About Our vision is to apply our unique talents and technology to contribute to a healthier and more su more

All websites on carrier
Your browser is not current. Microsoft Internet Explorer 6.0 does not support some functions on Chemie.DE