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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.
SPRINTPrep is a rapid and easily automated purification system for high copy plasmids, which can be completed in less than 15 minutes.
preparative chromatography offerings include flash chromatography for the rapid purification of small amounts of compounds; analytical/preparative HPLC systems used throughout the drug discovery and development process; preparative systems for recovering compounds for testing/trials; and process systems used to recover compounds in large volumes for pharmaceutical production.
By combining the Eppendorf 5 Prime chemistry with Zymark's high throughput, automation expertise, we can offer customers a total solution that really works to break one of the biggest bottlenecks in genomics research today -- DNA isolation and purification.
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.