Navigation Links
Spectrum Announces bioWorld Distribution Agreement
Date:2/6/2013

New Brunswick, NJ (PRWEB) February 06, 2013

Spectrum Chemicals & Laboratory Products has become a premier distributor for bioWorld, an internationally recognized manufacturer of bioaffinity matrices and reagents for proteomics research. This agreement provides Spectrum access to one of the most comprehensive line of life sciences and biotechnology products for research, including affinity chromatography, molecular biology, cell culture and microbiological reagents.

Spectrum’s major emphasis is on active pharmaceutical ingredients and controlled substances, excipients, dietary supplements, cosmetic ingredients, biochemicals, and a complete line of high-purity solvents for critical analytical applications. "The addition of bioWorld’s Separopore® bioAffinity Matrices for Protein Purification and related buffers and reagents for proteomics expands Spectrum’s current footprint in analytical applications, with a wide range of protein purification reagents not available in the market place. bioWorld’s line of research reagents gives Spectrum access to one of the most comprehensive lines of life sciences and biotechnology products for research, including affinity chromatography, molecular biology, cell culture and microbiology", says Mark Hurd, Spectrum’s General Manager. He adds, "We are committed to increasing our profile across all aspects of life science research from buffers and reagents to high-quality, easy-to-use research kits."

About Spectrum Chemicals & Laboratory Products
Founded in 1971, Spectrum Chemicals & Laboratory Products manufactures and distributes fine chemicals for production and laboratory facilities around the globe. All of Spectrum's worldwide facilities are ISO 900
'/>"/>

Source: PRWeb
Copyright©2012 Vocus, Inc.
All rights reserved

Page: 1 2

Related biology technology :

1. Cempra Inc. Presents Additional Data on the Clinical Profile and Activity Spectrum of Solithromycin at the Interscience Conference on Antimicrobial Agents and Chemotherapy (ICAAC)
2. Virobays Spectrum-Selective Cathepsin Inhibitor Shows Efficacy in Bone Cancer Model
3. Life Technologies Announces Fourth Quarter and Fiscal 2012 Results
4. United Therapeutics Announces Additional $420 Million Share Repurchase Program
5. Glenmark Announces a New Discovery and the Initiation of IND Enabling Studies of a Novel Monoclonal Antibody Targeting OX40
6. Patheon Announces First Phase of Additional Investment in Milton Park, UK Facility to Expand Early Development Capabilities in Europe
7. Governor Cuomo Announces Continued Growth at Roswell Park Cancer Institute with Regional Economic Development Council Funding; RPCI Center for Personalized Medicine established with CTG (NASDAQ: CTGX) serving as its technology partner
8. Undiscovered Companies Announces A Video Interview Of Hidden Bio-Tech Company Immunotech Laboratories
9. Sangamo BioSciences Announces Fourth Quarter And Full Year 2012 Conference Call And Webcast
10. ComplianceOnline Announces Seminar on Statistical Analysis for Product Development
11. Navigating Cancer Announces Jeff Oberlander as VP, Engineering
Post Your Comments:
*Name:
*Comment:
*Email:
(Date:9/30/2014)... Mass. Using a bio-mimicking analog of one ... grass, an international research team led by Alejandro ... taken a major step in developing long-sought polymer ... electricity for use in electronic devices. , ... Amherst and others at Stanford University and Dresden ...
(Date:9/30/2014)... September 30, 2014 Shimadzu Scientific ... an easy-to-use and highly precise tool for measuring ... considerable elongation. With 1000-mm maximum movement distance, the ... for a gauge length of 10 mm. In ... accuracy above 50-mm stroke and within +/- 100 ...
(Date:9/30/2014)... 30, 2014 Proove Biosciences , ... excited to announce a new genetic test built upon ... Pain Perception Test will provide physicians with an ... pain tolerance levels are stratified between individuals. With this ... a person has a genetic predisposition that will affect ...
(Date:9/30/2014)... , Sept. 30, 2014 CORD:USE Cord Blood ... announce that it has entered into an Equity and ... which has licensed a series of patented technologies for the ... possible clinical applications.  Tianhe is performing Phase I/II clinical ... Spain using Tianhe,s Stem Cell Educator ...
Breaking Biology Technology:Blades of grass inspire advance in organic solar cells 2Blades of grass inspire advance in organic solar cells 3Shimadzu’s New Long-Travel Extensometer Increases Precision for Soft Material Testing 2Proove Biosciences is Now Offering the Proove Pain Perception Genetic Test to Help Physicians Assess Patient Pain Tolerance Levels 2Proove Biosciences is Now Offering the Proove Pain Perception Genetic Test to Help Physicians Assess Patient Pain Tolerance Levels 3CORD:USE is Pleased to Announce it has Partnered with Tianhe Stem Cell Biotechnologies, Developer of Cord Blood Stem Cell Therapy Showing Promising Results in Clinical Trials for the Treatment of Diabetes and Autoimmune Diseases 2CORD:USE is Pleased to Announce it has Partnered with Tianhe Stem Cell Biotechnologies, Developer of Cord Blood Stem Cell Therapy Showing Promising Results in Clinical Trials for the Treatment of Diabetes and Autoimmune Diseases 3CORD:USE is Pleased to Announce it has Partnered with Tianhe Stem Cell Biotechnologies, Developer of Cord Blood Stem Cell Therapy Showing Promising Results in Clinical Trials for the Treatment of Diabetes and Autoimmune Diseases 4
... second can make the difference between life and death, ... sensors" that allow for faster response times from military ... NC State that will help ensure those sensors will ... Afghanistan or elsewhere. "We,ve taken a sensor material ...
... ... of 2007 and to enhance patient safety with complete part traceability, can now use ... coding, scan and software tracking of each part and batch, including all leak test, ... ...
... the pleasantness of novel odors, just like a human ... notion that smell is completely personal and culture-specific. The ... Wolfson Medical Center, argue that the perception of an ... and it is only within specific contexts that personal ...
Cached Biology Technology:InterTech Development Company UDI System Announced 2Odor pleasantness shown to be partly hard-wired 2Odor pleasantness shown to be partly hard-wired 3
(Date:10/1/2014)... to take a healthy salad up a level by ... cancer in leafy greens. , "In the long run, ... eating the salad or making a pill from the ... engineering at Case Western Reserve School of Medicine and ... breast cancer organization is funding the research with a ...
(Date:9/30/2014)... each year, but its deep-blue waters host the ... alien species, including fish, crustaceans, and algae are ... In the open-access journal Frontiers in Marine ... data from a new information system developed by ... of alien species has changed the native biodiversity ...
(Date:9/30/2014)... Ocean Health Index rates the Earth,s oceans at ... addition, for the first time, the report assessed ... national jurisdiction (high-seas areas) all critical regions ... providing sustainable food sources. , In the third ... by scientists from UC Santa Barbara,s National Center ...
Breaking Biology News(10 mins):Scientists wield plant viruses against deadly human disease 2Scientists wield plant viruses against deadly human disease 3Biodiversity in the Mediterranean is threatened by alien species 2Rating the planet's oceans 2Rating the planet's oceans 3
... new map of the potato genome that may lead ... help feed the world,s hungry. By sequencing and ... consortium has, for the first time, tied specific potato ... and development of potatoes may enable scientists and breeders ...
... Institute, one of the National Institutes of Health, has ... of Medicine each approximately $2.3 million a year for ... Glycosciences. Gerald Hart, Ph.D., director of biological chemistry and ... will lead these independent efforts to better understand the ...
... TORONTO, Ont., July 12, 2001--Eating nuts every day could ... according to new research from St. Michael,s Hospital and ... online by the journal Diabetes Care , a ... of Toronto Department of Nutritional Sciences; St. Michael,s Hospital ...
Cached Biology News:Johns Hopkins researchers awarded $32 million 2A 'nutty' solution to type 2 diabetes management 2