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purification

/pu·ri·fi·ca·tion/ (pūr″ĭ-fĭ-ka´shun) the separating of foreign or contaminating elements from a substance of interest.
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The kits apply ChargeSwitch([R]) Technology, the latest generation in nucleic acid purification chemistry, into the popular spin column format.
ChargeSwitch([R]) Technology was specifically developed to address the limitations of current purification technologies and is the only sample preparation method that does not use ethanol or chaotropic salts, two reagents that are known to inhibit enzymatic reactions and present storage, shipping, and handling challenges.
NCSRT), a designer, developer, and manufacturer of superior filtration technology that outperforms, conventional filtration and purification systems.
NCSRT offers innovative filtration, separation, and purification solutions for biotechnology, biopharmaceutical processing, animal healthcare, dairy processing, and enzyme manufacturing.
Further Expand Agencourt's Suite of Purification Products
With the PrepStar 218, labs with basic purification needs now have access to superior entry-level system performance, backed by Varian's worldwide support and expertise in preparative chromatography, all at a lower price than competitive systems.
The integration of the Zymark SciClone(TM) based automated robotic and workstation technology validated with the PERFECTprep-96(TM)VAC Plasmid DNA Purification System will enable customers to achieve better results in a high throughput genomics environment.
10, 1995--Millipore and IBC Advanced Technologies announced they will combine their technologies to create a significant new class of purification products for the rapidly growing market segments that Millipore serves.