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Charles River Endotoxin Microbial Detection Europe SAS, France

Charles River is the world's leading supplier of endotoxin detection products. As a global provider of rapid microbiological product solutions, our goal is to provide superior product quality and consistency to the scientific community. more

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Multi-Angle Light Scattering Detector for the Measurement of Absolute Molecular Weight and Size

Wyatt's revolutionary DAWN HELEOS II Multi-Angle Light Scattering (MALS) Detector can incorporate both MALS and QELS into a single unit more

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  • DNA damage response protein

    Researchers at Vanderbilt University and Vanderbilt University Medical Center have determined that a previously uncharacterized protein called ETAA1 is a “replication stress response protein” with an essential role in maintaining the integrity of the genome. The finding by David Cortez , Ph.D., Walt more

  • Breakthrough in mapping nicotine addiction could help researchers improve treatment

    A scientific blueprint to end tobacco cravings may be on the way after researchers crystallized a protein that holds answers to how nicotine addiction occurs in the brain. The breakthrough at the Peter O'Donnell Jr. Brain Institute comes after decades of failed attempts to crystallize and determine more

  • Charles River Laboratories acquires Blue Stream Laboratories

    Charles River Laboratories Acquires Blue Stream Laboratories Charles River Laboratories International announced that it has acquired Blue Stream Laboratories, Inc. Combining Blue Stream with Charles River’s existing discovery, safety assessment, and biologics capabilities creates a leading provider more

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