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  • First living organism that transmits added letters in DNA 'alphabet'

    Scientists at The Scripps Research Institute (TSRI) have engineered a bacterium whose genetic material includes an added pair of DNA "letters," or bases, not found in nature. The cells of this unique bacterium can replicate the unnatural DNA bases more or less normally, for as long as the molecular more

  • Rapid and detailed analysis of proteins

    Proteins are vital participants in virtually all life processes, including growth, repair and signaling in cells; catalysis of chemical reactions and defense against infection. For these reasons, proteins can provide critical signposts of health and disease, provided they can be identified and asses more

  • New tool to unravel the mysteries of metastasis

    Researchers at the UNC School of Medicine have devised a new biochemical technique that will allow them and other scientists to delve much deeper than ever before into the specific cellular circuitry that keeps us healthy or causes disease. The method – developed in the lab of Klaus Hahn, PhD, and d more

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  • Looxster® - Enrichment and isolation of bacterial DNA using Pureprove® Technology

    Detection of the bacterial content of a specific sample, irrelevant from its source (i.e. Clinical, Food or Environmental), is not as straightforward as it seems. In clinical microbiology laboratories, the gold standard method for the detection of pathogens in patients suspected of systemic infections is the blood culture. However, this technique is known to have many drawbacks especially with regard to non-cultivable organisms, low abundance (longer lag phase) and patient's antibiotics treatment. more

  • Rapid Screening by Direct Colony PCR Using the FastStart PCR Master

    The FastStart PCR Master is a convenient and ideal tool for direct colony PCR. Intact bacteria can be analyzed directly without prior template purification, FastStart PCR Master is therefore the tool of choice for rapid screening of cloning experiments. In this paper, we describe the use of the FastStart PCR Master for the amplification and cloning of mRNA including direct colony screening. more

  • Quantitative Detection of Legionella pneumophila in Water Samples: Assay Transfer to the LightCycler® 480 Real-Time PCR System

    An assay to detect and quantify Legionella spp. in water samples was successfully transferred from a capillary-based LightCycler® Instrument to the novel multiwell plate-based LightCycler® 480 System. A previously described protocol was easily adapted by modifying the fluorescent label of the detection probe to match the filter set of the LightCycler® 480 Instrument. While reproducibility and analytical sensitivity of the assay were found to be comparable on both systems, the novel plate-based instrument allowed for higher sample throughput and reduced assay time per sample. more

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AB Enzymes - An ABFI Company

Home News/Events About Us Products Services People Biofuels Customer Centre Contact Us ...an innovative Company with long serving tradition AB Enzymes is one of the world's oldest and best known Enzyme companies. AB Enzymes form part of the ABF Ingredients group of companies. ABF Ingredients foc more

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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 Corporate News ARZEDA Receives NSF SBIR Phase I Award Arzeda: Driving the Biocatalysis Revolution Unlim more

Iogen Corporation

Print this page | Contact Us | Site Map |   Iogen is a world leading biotechnology firm specializing in cellulosic ethanol - a fully renewable, advanced biofuel that can be used in today's cars. Iogen also develops, manufactures and markets enzymes used to modify and improve the processing of natura more

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