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2013-07-05 23:01:25

Research report “2013 edition: LIB key patent analysis: High-Voltage Electrolyte” prepared by SNE Research has been recently published by Market Publishers Ltd. London, UK (PRWEB) July 05, 2013 Technologies aimed to increase battery voltage represent one of the most significant issues in the sphere of improvement of lithium secondary batteries performance. High voltage electrolytes are essential to achieve high voltage. The sharp growth in the high voltage electrolytes patent...

2013-05-13 23:30:25

The global electrophoresis market is expected to reach nearly $1.8 billion by 2018 after increasing at a CAGR of 4%. The expanding realm of molecular profiling applications is providing continued demand for this technology, ahlthrough electrophoresis exhibits characteristics of a mature market; which nucleic acid and protein separation are the two major applications of this technology. Wellesley, MA (PRWEB) May 12, 2013 The global electrophoresis market was worth nearly $1.35 billion in...

2012-05-29 02:27:32

ROTTERDAM, Netherlands, May 29, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- TOKU-E Company (http://www.toku-e.com [C:\Users\Administrator\Desktop\www.toku-e.com ]) has announced availability of their newly developed, innovative, ultra-safe, faster dissolving dust-free grade (DF) Sodium Dodecyl Sulfate (SDS). In animal studies, prolonged exposure to SDS dust particles is known to cause eye and skin irritation. SDS may worsen skin problems in individuals with chronic skin hypersensitivity, with...

2012-01-09 11:28:02

Because the protein is found in the parasite but not in humans, it is ideal target for an anti-malarial drug A biology lab at Washington University has just cracked the structure and function of a protein that plays a key role in the life of a parasite that killed 655,000 people in 2010. The protein is an enzyme that Plasmodium falciparum, the protozoan that causes the most lethal form of malaria, uses to make cell membrane. The protozoan cannot survive without this enzyme, but even...

2010-06-24 15:33:08

Colorectal cancer, cancer of the colon and rectum, is a common cause of mortality worldwide. Statistical data showed that the number of deaths caused by colorectal cancer is increasing in both men and women. Proteins are functional components of the cell that regulate the cell's activity. Understanding the differential expression of proteins in colorectal cancer and normal tissues will lead to a better understanding of the development of the disease, furthermore, these proteins may serve as...

2010-04-09 06:00:00

DALLAS, April 9 /PRNewswire/ -- BancTec Inc., a global provider of advanced, high-volume, document and payment processing solutions and services, is delivering more value, for less money, with updates to its IntelliScan line of high-volume production scanners and its IntelliScan® USC scanner control software. Already recognized for its robust, enterprise-class capabilities, the IntelliScan suite of solutions now provides even better performance, with updates that focus...

2010-03-18 09:53:19

Duke University researchers have devised a method to dry and preserve proteins in a glassified form that seems to retain the molecules' properties as workhorses of biology. They are exploring whether their glassification technique could bring about protein-based drugs that are cheaper to make and easier to deliver than current techniques which render proteins into freeze dried powders to preserve them. Duke engineer and chemist David Needham describes this glassification process as "molecular...

2009-12-16 12:01:59

New approach reduces number of routines needed to detect erythropoietins Austrian researchers have successfully developed a new electrophoretic method for detecting MIRCERA® and other erythropoietins (EPO) in the blood. The technique, using SARCOSYL-PAGE, has specifically enhanced sensitivity for MIRCERA, but does not alter the performance characteristics of SDS-PAGE for detecting other EPOs. Details of this study, funded by a grant from the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA),...

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2009-10-20 07:52:19

Stacks of filter paper provide a realistic, easy-to-use medium for growing cells An insight from the labs of Harvard chemist George Whitesides and cell biologist Don Ingber is likely to make a fundamental shift in how biologists grow and study cells "“ and it's as cheap and simple as reaching for a paper towel. Ratmir Derda, a postdoctoral student co-mentored by Whitesides and Ingber at Harvard's new Wyss Institute for Biologically Inspired Engineering, has realized that by growing...

2009-05-05 12:00:48

 Many proteins do not function by themselves as stand-alone units. Instead, multiple proteins associate to form larger structures called protein complexes. The May issue of Cold Spring Harbor Protocols (www.cshprotocols.org/TOCs/toc5_09.dtl) features a set of methods that can be used to analyze protein complexes. An additional featured article details the generation of viral vectors for gene transfer."Systematic Monitoring of Protein Complex Composition and Abundance by Blue-Native...