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    • Chemical Structure Searching Sofware
    • PerkinElmer
    • Based on the ChemDraw® drawing tool, the chemical intelligence in Lead Discovery 5.1 provides scientists using TIBCO Spotfire® software with chemical structure searching and visualization. Users can filter experimental datasets by chemica
    • DNA Enrichment Kit
    • New England BioLabs
    • The NEBNext® Microbiome DNA enrichment kit can separate microbial DNA from host DNA. The kit utilizes the MBD2-Fc protein, which can bind to CpG-methylated DNA (including human genomic DNA) with high specificity. The MDB2-Fc protein is attache
    • Bioinformatics Software Platform
    • Life Technologies
    • Vector NTI® Express Designer is designed for molecular biology, metabolic engineering, genetic engineering, and synthetic biology professionals who want to design, assemble, and order synthetic genetic parts. An extension of the Vector NTI sof
    • DNA Extraction Kit
    • Igen Biotech
    • iGEN Hemokit™ is a genomic DNA extraction technology based on classic organic-phase extraction, avoiding the use of silica columns. Because this approach reduces fragmentation, it provides DNA that can be applied in sensitive downstream analyses su
    • Cheminformatics Software
    • Advanced Chemistry Development
    • The ChemAnalytical Workbook is an informatics tool designed for scientists who work with formulated products and complex mixtures. It is designed to enhance decision-making, reporting, and knowledge transfer through experiment, workflow, and data m
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