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Whether you are searching for a DNA purification kit or outfitting a cGMP facility, GEN’s comprehensive new product database is your first and only stop. Conveniently categorized and searchable, the database covers the latest innovations from industry-leading suppliers.

Easy-to-Use PCR Reagents

Tonbo Biosciences

A new line of easy-to-use PCR reagents for the molecular immunologist has been introduced. These reagents feature advanced buffer chemistries combined with enzymes engineered to increase yield, sensitivity, specificity, and speed. Reaction buffe...

Compact Benchtop-Controlled Lab Reactor System

Asynt

The ReactoMate Datum is a new compact benchtop Controlled Lab Reactor (CLR) system that offers the flexibility to accommodate reaction vessels from 100 mL to 5 L. The ReactoMate Datum allows chemists to quickly change reactor vessel sizes, there...

Genomic Genotyping Solutions

Affymetrix

The Eureka™ Genotyping Solution is a new targeted genotyping-by-sequencing solution that delivers high-throughput sample processing with low cost per sample. This is enabled by a multiplexed combination of allele and sample-specific ba...

Optimized CRISPR/CAS9 Delivery

AMS Biotechnology

The DNA-In ® CRISPR is a new transfection reagent that simplifies and accelerates genome editing using large plasmids and difficult-to-transfect cells for life science researchers who are generating disease models. Using this approach, r...

Smartphone Adapter for Microscopes

Trajan Scientific and Medical

The MiPlatform is a smartphone adapter that combines the convenience of microscope navigation and a smartphone camera lens, thereby enabling scientists and clinicians to study quality images quickly and ergonomically. The platform maintains micr...

Live Cell and Multiwell Plate Imaging System

Olympus

The Z-Drift Compensation IX3-ZDC2 system and updated cellSens software was designed for enhanced live cell and multiwell plate imaging. These new technologies deliver fast and accurate multiwell-time-lapse acquisition, stable focus during long t...

Small-Scale Benchtop Liquid Handler

Analytik Jena

The GeneTheatre is a liquid-handling platform with one or eight channels in the volume range from 0.5 to 1,000 µL. In addition to microplate handling on 12 freely selectable deck positions, GeneTheatre enables the use of reservoirs, st...

Reagents for Autophagy Research

AMS Biotechnology

A new and extensive collection of autophagy antibodies has been assembled, from the industry-standard autophagy antibody APG8 (MAPLC3) to the newest autophagy antibodies such as LAMP and APG1. AMSBIO is able to provide the most relevant, qualifi...

Seven Color Multiplexing and Visualization Platform

PerkinElmer

The Vectra ® 3 is an automated, high-throughput quantitative pathology imaging system designed to enable pathologists and oncologists conducting research to gain a deeper level of understanding of disease mechanisms related to new cancer...

Characterization of Hydrophobic Peptides and Proteins

Shimadzu Scientific Instruments

The ATHAP MALDI matrix kits are designed to improve the detection of hydrophobic proteins or peptides containing transmembrane domains by LC-MS/MS or MALDI-TOF MS. Alkylated trihydroxyacetophenone (ATHAP) has demonstrated increased detection cap...

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Scientifically Studying Ecstasy

MDMA (commonly known as the empathogen “ecstasy”) is classified as a Schedule 1 drug, which is reserved for compounds with no accepted medical use and a high abuse potential. Two researchers from Stanford, however, call for a rigorous scientific exploration of MDMA's effects to identify precisely how the drug works, the data from which could be used to develop therapeutic compounds.

Do you agree that ecstasy should be studied for its potential therapeutic benefits?

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