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Symyx Multiplex Prevents Overheating.
May 1, 2003... Scientists at Symyx Technologies, Inc. (Santa Clara, CA), have developed a multiplexed capillary electrophoresis system with cooling sufficient to prevent overheating during chiral separation. They have been granted U.S. Patent 6,544,396 (April 8, 2002) for their efforts. The CE system...
LSPC Automates Protein Analysis.
May 1, 2003... Large Scale Proteomics Corp. (9620 Medical Center Dr., Suite 201, Rockville, MD 20850-3338) has been granted U.S. Patent 6,554,991 (April 29, 2003) for a fully automated, high-throughput 2D electrophoresis system comprised of gel-making machines, gel processing machines, gel compositions...
ELECTROPHORESIS: Nanotubes Used as Sensors.
May 1, 2003... Nanowires and carbon nanotubes, each with their pluses and minuses, are advertised as the next-generation building blocks for electronic circuits a thousand times smaller than today's semiconductor circuits. Peidong Yang, an assistant professor of chemistry at the University of California,...
Agilent Targets Chinese Market.
May 1, 2003... Agilent Technologies Inc. (395 Page Mill Rd., Palo Alto, CA 94306; Tel: 650/752-5000, Fax: 650/752-5633) says it has introduced the first gas chromatograph (GC) to be fully developed in, manufactured in, and tailored specifically for China. Developed at Agilent's global manufacturing...
CHROMATOGRAPHY: UT-Austin Probes Short-lived Molecules.
May 1, 2003... Some of the most important compounds have the briefest lives-- transient molecules that exist for only thousandths of a second or less during chemical reactions. Characterization of such "reaction intermediates" can play a key role in understanding the mechanisms by which molecules change,...