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SHANGHAI, May 18, 2011 /PRNewswire-Asia/ -- The three-day 11th China International Dye Industry, Pigments and Textile Chemicals Exhibition ("China Interdye 2011") drew to a successful close at INTEX Shanghai and ShanghaiMart on April 28.
Blue denim jeans are one of the most popular and iconic fashion items in the world; now a study published in Biotechnology Journal reveals a cheaper, more efficient and eco-friendly method for treating dyed denim.
CHAMPAIGN, Ill., April 11, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- iCyt Mission Technology, Inc. (iCyt), a wholly-owned subsidiary of Sony Corporation of America, today announced the introduction of its new line of 405nm-excited fluorochrome conjugated antibodies for flow cytometry.
A team of researchers has integrated tiny detectors capable of counting individual photons on computer chips.
An interdisciplinary team from Columbia University that includes electrical engineers from Columbia's Engineering School, together with researchers from the University's departments of Physics and Chemistry, has figured out a way to study single-molecule interactions on very short time scales using nanoscale transistors.
A new approach to building an "artificial nose" â€“ using fluorescent compounds and DNA â€“ could accelerate the use of sniffing sensors into the realm of mass production and widespread use.
A new paper by University of Notre Dame physicist BoldizsÃ¡r JankÃ³ and colleagues offers an important new understanding of an enduring mystery in chemical physics.
Researchers from Carnegie Mellon University's Molecular Biosensor and Imaging Center (MBIC) are turning up the brightness on a group of fluorescent probes called fluoromodules that are used to monitor biological activities of individual proteins in real-time.
Spectroscopic techniques are among the most important methods by which scientists can look inside materials.
By swapping out one specific hydrogen atom for an isotope twice as heavy, researchers have increased the shelf life and detection ability of fluorescent probes that are essential to studying a variety of inflammatory diseases, including cancer and atherosclerosis.
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