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    • Stabilized Pepsin
    • SciGene
    • CytoZyme™ stabilized pepsin is an advanced formulation for pretreating tissue samples in nucleic acid probe-based cytogenetic assays including FISH. CytoZyme is a ready-to-use solution of purified pepsin that can be stored in the refrigerator witho
    • Sequencing System
    • Pacific Biosciences
    • The PacBio RS II allows scientists to generate finished genome assemblies, reveal and understand epigenomes, and characterize genomic variation. Based on the SMRT sequencing technology, the RS II can generate average read lengths of 5,000 base pair
    • Automated Benchtop Cell Sorter
    • Bio-Rad
    • The S3 is a cell-sorting system for core facilities and individual research labs. It is designed to ease bottlenecks by serving as a supplementary instrument for basic cell-sorting work. Equipped with one or two lasers (488 nm and either 561 or 640
    • Kits for Analyzing Modified Cytosines
    • Cambridge Epigenetix
    • TrueMethyl™ kits provide quantitative, accurate and repeatable single-base resolution sequencing of the modified bases hydroxymethylcytosine (5-hmC) and methylcytosine (5-mC) in genomic DNA. This capability is attributable to the kits’ utiliza
    • Hypoxia/Oxidative Stress Assay Kit
    • Enzo Life Sciences
    • The Cyto-ID® hypoxia/oxidative stress detection kit, together with the Mito-ID® O 2 and pH sensor assays, may be used to profile hypoxia, reactive oxygen species, and mitochondrial dysfunction related to oxidative stress. With Cyto-ID, tw
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