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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.

Biocontainer Assembly

Meissner Filtration Products

Within the One-Touch ® single-use systems portfolio, TepoFlex ® polyethylene (PE) biocontainer assemblies provide secure, robust fluid-handling options. TepoFlex polyethylene-based biocontainers are available in standard assembly...

PCR Systems with Cloud Computing Technology

Thermo Fisher Scientific

Designed for low- to mid-throughput laboratories conducting real-time PCR experiments, QuantStudio 3 and 5 connect to the Thermo Fisher Cloud computing platform, allowing applied and clinical researchers to learn, analyze, share, collaborate, an...

Chromatin-Associated RNA Analysis Kits

EMD Millipore

Magna ChIRP™ RNA Interactome Kits allow researchers to identify, recover, and analyze regions of chromatin that interact with chromatin-associated RNAs such as long non-coding RNA (lncRNA). The multiprobe-based capture strategy uses cr...

Hairless NOD.SCID Mouse Model

Harlan Laboratories

SHrN TM is a hairless NOD.SCID mouse model that is triple-immunodeficient and suitable for humanization and tumor xenografts. The model has both a functional deficit in NK cells and a deficiency in T and B cells. Preliminary phenotyping results ...

Metabolic and Immunotherapeutic Evaluation Kit

Seahorse Bioscience

The XFp Cell Energy Phenotype Test Kit enables a real-time assay on live cells that determines their baseline metabolic phenotype and potential. The one-hour test measures both the mitochondrial and glycolytic activity of the cells, and compares...

Sample-Preparation Kit

Affymetrix

The GeneChip ® WT Pico Kit prepares array target from as little as 100 pg of total RNA input. Working with as few as 10 cells, the new kit enables analyses of samples that can be too small for other methods and the interrogation of small...

Pipette Packaging

Sartorius Stedim Biotech

FlexiBulk can save valuable space in the laboratory. Compared to conventional bulk tip packages, the stackable boxes take up to 40% less space and cut packaging waste by nearly 50%. FlexiBulk provides quick pick and place convenience for loading...

Hepatic Cell Culture Supplement

Thermo Fisher Scientific

HepExtend™ Supplement is an enriched supplement designed to enhance the culture lifespan of cryopreserved primary hepatocytes. HepExtend is a flexible, easy-to-use solution that extends the life of primary hepatocytes to >10 day...

Fragment Analyzer

Biophoretics

Qsep100™ is a fully automated nucleic acid fragment analyzer capable of unattended analysis of up to 96 samples. The plug and play design provides easy-of-use, time savings, and reduced sample analysis costs. Qsep100 is a capillary gel...

Hydrophilic Interaction Liquid Chromatography (HILIC) Columns

Tosoh Bioscience

TSKgel Amide-80 columns are now available packed with 2 μm spherical silica particles, offering higher resolution and faster analysis with equivalent retention and selectivity as TSKgel Amide-80, 3 μm columns. This allows for smoot...

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