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Analytik Jena AG, Germany

Analytik Jena is a leading provider of high-end analytical measuring technology, instruments, and products in the fields of biotechnology and molecular diagnostics and high quality liquid handling and automation technologies. Its portfolio includes traditional analytical technology, particularly to more

Biomol GmbH, Germany

Biomol GmbH offers antibodies, enzymes, bioactive lipids, microarrays and reagents for biomedical research. Our focus is on cellular regulation and signal transduction. Together with our partners, we also provide a variety of specialized kits for drug discovery. more

PeproTech GmbH, Germany

Supporting life science research since 1988, PeproTech is the trusted source for the developing and manufacturing of high quality cytokine products for the life-science and cell therapy markets. Over the past 27 years the company has grown into a global enterprise with state-of-the-art manufacturin more

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Quality for PCR: Highly Active Taq Polymerase

MolTaq: Molzym’s highly processive and robust Taq DNA polymerase for high quality PCR performance more

New: Ultra-sensitive PCR reagents for Molecular Microbiology

Molzym offers a range of ultra-clean PCR products for 16S PCR. All kits are free of contaminating DNA enabling ultra-sensitive and reliable PCR-results more

DNA-Free Water for PCR

Avoid DNA contaminations in your PCR assay. Molzym’s DNA-free Water is a high quality PCR grade water, enabling a sensitive and reliable PCR more

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  • Guarana found to have higher antioxidant potential than green tea

    The millions of people who consume green tea all over the world benefit from the catechins it contains. Catechins are a class of chemical compounds with anti-oxidant and anti-inflammatory properties, among other healthy ingredients. Researchers at the University of São Paulo's Public Health School ( more

  • Turning straw into gold?

    What should we run our cars with in the future? The need for an alternative to fossil fuels is an issue that is elaborated heatedly all over the world. At present, one option is using biofuels. However, the so-called first-generation technology depends widely on sugar, starch or oil crops. These, ho more

  • A Protective Cap for Bacterial RNA

    For the first time, researchers from Heidelberg University have deciphered the function of the so-called decapping enzyme in bacteria. These molecular helpers remove the protective cap at the start of ribonucleic acid (RNA) molecules. This decapping destabilises the ribonucleic acid, thus allowing d more

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Stanford scientists produce cancer drug in a plant

A common cancer drug was discovered in a Himalayan plant, and until now that plant was the only source of the drug. Now, a Stanford chemical engineer has identified the 10 drug-making enzymes and placed them into another plant that is easier to grow in the lab. This is the first step to being ab ... more

Chaperones - folding helpers in the cell

Nothing works without the correct form: For most proteins, there are millions of ways in which these molecules, composed of long chains of amino acids, can be folded - but only one way is the right one. Researchers in the department "Cellular Biochemistry" at the Max Planck Institute for Biochem ... more

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Why Do Avocados Turn Brown?

Anyone who’s ever purchased an avocado will testify that, after taking several days to reach the point of perfect ripeness, they remain at that point for an incredibly short amount of time before morphing into a brown, sludgy mess. As if to confound this problem, if you do catch them at the optimum more

Crime Scene Chemistry

Anyone who’s watched CSI or similar shows knows that, whenever the investigating team are on the scene of a gruesome and bloody murder, luminol solution gets sprayed liberally over absolutely everything. The result is a pale blue luminescence whenever the solution meets blood, which itself is a cons more

What Compounds Cause Garlic Breath?

The latest food chemistry graphic looks at garlic and a couple of its well known effects. Garlic is frequently used in cooking, but its use comes with the unwanted accompaniment of ‘garlic breath’. On the more beneficial side of things, it can also have antibacterial properties. This post examines t more

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Definition

List of enzymes

List of enzymes This article is a list of enzyme s, sorted by their respective sub-categories and EC number . See also: * List of EC numbers * List of EC numbers (EC 1) * List of EC numbers (EC 2) * List of EC numbers (EC 3) * List of EC num ... more

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