Applied Biosystems introduces a new software tool that aims to
simplify DNA methylation research aiding researchers to further
their understanding of this process in the genetic basis of complex
diseases, such as cancer.
Applied Biosystems (AB) has given drug researchers a new software
application in thier quest to more quickly and accurately screen
drug candidates, which can be further developed into promising new
Fresh from its recent acquisition, Applied Biosystems (AB) made an
appearance at the recent Analytica show in which the company
demonstrated the capabilities of its products for life science
research in the laboratory.
Applied Biosystems Group reported a 40 per cent leap in profits as
the company released its forth quarter 2005 figures. The rise in
sales reflects the increased demand for biosecurity and human
identification products as well as its...
Swiss pharmaceutical firm, Hoffman-La Roche has announced its core
PCR patents have expired in an event that is expected to save
laboratories, which rely on this technology, millions of dollars a
year in royalties. It is also expected...
The ability of Applied Biosystem's 7500 Fast Real-Time PCR System
to reduce experimental time by almost three times from 2 hours to
approximately 35 minutes, in an industry standard 96-well format,
demonstrates the progress this...
Applera subsidiary Applied Biosystems was awarded a US patent
covering real-time polymerase chain reaction (PCR) instruments at
the end of last week, and immediately filed lawsuits against three
Applied Biosystems has been victorious in a patent dispute case,
brought in the US by Promega, that strove to overturn the company's
patents on technology used in gene amplification using polymerase
chain reaction (PCR).
Applied Biosystems has announced the introduction of a new workflow
management and process automation solution software that integrates
data form multiple sources for genomics and proteomics
Applied Biosystems has launched a new product, based on the
combination of a new set of reagents with a software package, that
promises to speed up genotyping studies carried out on the firm's
3730 and 3730xl analysers, first...
Applied Biosystems group, the world's number one maker of
gene-analysing equipment, warned on Tuesday that it would report
lower-than-expected fiscal third-quarter revenue and earnings due
to deteriorating business conditions.