The use of the newly launched QIAGEN Fast Cycling PCR kit
enables users to save up to 75% of the time previously required for the technique.
The initiative is a natural outgrowth of the company's 2003 acquisition of Adventure Medical Kits
(AMK), which was co-founded by Eric Weiss, a practicing emergency room physician at Stanford University Medical Center.
today announced their conclusion of a joint research agreement for development of a new KL-6 test kit
consisting of an in-vitro, supplementary diagnostic marker for interstitial pneumonia compatible with LUMIPULSE (automatic chemiluminescent enzyme immunoassay) systems.
"We believe it is due to the added load Marine Armor Kit
that has been installed in all humvees in Iraq.
Based on Day's recommendations, we think routine carry-it-always kits
should tilt strongly toward multiple signaling and less toward long-term survival with accessories like fishing kits
, water purification and elaborate gadgets.
The original microbial identification kits
were based on redox reactions that produce a color change in microwells; that is, when cells utilize carbon for energy, they turn a colorless dye purple.
The new ProASIC3/ E starter kits
are also available now.
These data show that when tests are conducted with newly available kits
, as with the CDC in-house test, IgM antibody to WNV persists for [greater than or equal to] 8 months in most patients.
Clinical tests are nearing completion as a highly effective cholesterol marker kit
developed in Northern Ontario is prepared for the world market.
Economy 25 kits
, all costing well below 50 [pounds sterling], contain twenty absorbent pads, two "socks" and a slab of ready mix Dammit sealant for damaged and leaking tanks or drums.
The new Success Kits
are designed for both new students and seasoned professionals.
The LTS Denture ID Kit
Plus is available to identify residents' dentures in three steps.